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III III A COLLEGE • Berea, Kentucky 




In the years we have spent here at 
Berea, we have met many people, learned 
many things, acquired and relinquished 
ideals and hopes. These years have given 
us maturity, understanding, and memo- 
ries — memories of friends, classes, parties, 
professors, and other things too numerous 
to list. 

We have watched the sun rising be- 
tween two hollows of the mountains and 
in watching we have been awed by this 
wonder. We have climbed the Pinnacles 
and surveyed the glory of the mountains. 
We have sloshed through messy rain and 
a maze of black umbrellas. We have 
taken part in countless hours of dormi- 
tory bull-sessions. We have felt the 
thrilling experience of mastering a ques- 
tion, or a test, or an entire book or class. 
We have been silenced by the chimes, as 
the sounds drift across the campus, from 
Knapp Hall to Cumberland Hall. We 
have been filled with a renewed experi- 
ence of that which is holy at the Sunday 
night chapels. We have been busy, ex- 
hausted, overjoyed, sad, and all of these 
have been rewarding. 

As the years pass, many of these ex- 
periences will fade. As a barrier against 
entire obliteration we — the class of 1959 
— have gathered as many memories as 
we could and have put theni into this 
book, the '59 Chimes. 

— The Editor 




Dedication 



With humbleness and respect, and yet with a 
certain pride, the class of 'S9 dedicates its Chimes 
to Charles Noble Shutt. 



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Despite his duties as the Director of Guidance, 
Charles Shutt finds time to be with his family. 
Here he is shown with his wife, Dr. Jane Shutt, 
whom he married in 1945, and his two children, 
Constance Ellen, age four, and Christopher Clark, 
age three. 




When asked about a "philosophy of life," 
Dean Shutt said, "It seems to me that success in 
life depends on how the individual plans to face 
up to his responsibilities. It is not just an acci- 
dent or on the spur of the moment that a person 
carries out his responsibilities, but how he plans 
to meet those responsibilities. I think of a person's 
duties as three: 

"One is to do the best he can in the job he 
holds; second, to be of greatest possible help to 
people whom he meets; and third, which I think is 
the most important of all and can't be separated 
from the other two, to do the best to represent 
the spirit of Christ in every way." 

We feel that Charles Shutt, during his stay 
at Berea since 19H, has carried out his respon- 
sibilities. As a teacher of Latin in the Academy, 
as a teacher of English and Bible, as the Dean of 
the Academy, as the Dean of the Lower Division 
(which consisted of the last two years of high 
school and the first two years of college), and as 
the Director of Guidance, Dean Shutt has given 
us many reasons to admire and respect him. Since 
our first week on Berea's campus, when we heard 
the famous "green-tie" story, we have been im- 
pressed by his willingness to help. 



In reply to our question as to what had kept 
him at Berea fcr forty-four years, Dean Shutt 
answered, "Whenever I thought of the work at 
Berea'and the life here — the association with the 
students, the teachers, and the townspeople — well, 
I have never found any place that could measure 
up to it." 

For this, we, the students, thank you, Dean 
Shutt. We hope that you will always feel that 
you have gained as much from knowing us as we 
certainly have gained by knowing you. 




Contents 



Introduction 



Dedication 



Classes 



Nursing 



Organizations 



The Dean of Women 



Knapp Hall 



Mountain Day 



Homecoming 



Athletics 



Seniors Remember 
May Queen and Court 
Student Industries 



Foundation 



Secondary Education 



Advertisements 





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Senior Class Officers 




B. H. Westfall, class sponsor; Gail Bevins, 
secretary-treasurer; Glen Hudson, president; 
Emma Gene Peak, vice president; Shelby Sawyer 
and Raymond Morris, social co-chairmen. 



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Sent 



Janich Marie Abbott 
Salem, Virginia 
B.A. Sociology 

Steva Karen Adams 

Jeremiah, Kentucky 

B.A. Elementary Education 



Shelby Jean Alderman 
White Sulphur Springs, West 

Virginia 
A.B. Biology 

Jack Algon Allen 
Bismarck, North Dakota 
B.A. Chemistry 



Kyoko Ando 

Omi Hachiman, Japan 

B.A. Elementary Education 

Robert Paul Atkinson 

Stanton, Kentucky 

A.B. Physical Education and Art 



Delno Dallas Ausmus 
LaFollette, Tennessee 
B.A. Physics 

Larry Baber 

Rutherfordton, North Carolina 

B.A. Geology 



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St'niftrs 



Phoeee Sue Baird 

Corbin, Kentucky 

B.A. Eltmentary Education 

Clara Mae Ball 
Alexander, North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 



Larry Barlowe 

Nebo, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Adeline Sue Barnes 
Livingston, Tennessee 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Matt Benningfield 
Rosslyn, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 

Bill Best 

Clyde, North Carolina 
B.A. Physical Education and 
Biology 



Mary Jane Bevins 
Goody, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 

Naomi Gail Bevins 
Goody, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 



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Seniors 



EULELA BLAKEY 

Beattyville, Kentucky 
B.A. English 

Sally George Blakey 
Beattyville, Kentucky 
B.A. History 



Daniel Blalock 
Sevierville, Tennessee 
B.A. Math 

Charles Lawton Blevins 
Konnarock, Virginia 
B.A. Math 



Anna Alice Boley 

War, West Virginia 

B.S. Business Administration 

Peggy Sue Bowlin 

Hiltons, Virginia 

B.A. Social Science Area 



Harold Frank Branam 
Duff, Tennessee 
B.A. English 

David Mead Brodrick. 
Mt. Holly, New Jersey 
B.S. Business Administration 



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Sen it 



Mary Catherine Brooks 

Boaz, Alabama 

B.S. Home Economics 

Roger Ray Brooks 

Tazewell, Tennessee 
B.A. Mathematics 



William Paul Brooks 

Exeter, Virginia 

B.A. Social Science Area 

Wilna Honora Browning 
Viper, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 



Rhoda Jean Bryan 
Wilkesboro, North Carolina 
B.A. English 

Cloyd Otis Bumgardner 
Elrod, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 



Olga Geraldine Burdine 
Squib, Kentucky 
B.A. History and Political 
Science 

Mrs. Frederick Burgin 
Asheville, North Carolina 
B.A. Sociology 



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Seniors 



Lela Josephine Burleson 
Mars Hill, North Carolina 
B.A. Elementary Education 

Mary Evelyn Byrd 
Kehoe, Kentucky 
B.A. History and Political 
Science 



Robert Edward Cabe 
Brevard, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 

Shirley Jean Cagle 
Cherokee, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



Marvin Eugene Carroll 
Srahn, Kentucky 
B.S. Agriculture 

Philip Reed Caudill 
Louisville, Kentucky 
B.A. Chemistry 



Maurice Childs 
Stanton, Kentucky 
B.A. Physical Education and 
Biology 

Iris Cole 

Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 

B.A. Elementary Education 



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Seninrs 



Delbert Dean Combs 

Jeff, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 

Mrs. Paul Comstock 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Paul Comstock 
Elmira, New York 
B.A. Psychology 

Luis A. Concha 
Merida, Mexico 
B.A. Geology 



Vernon Conley 
Mousie, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 

Ruth Walker Connor 
Columbus, North Carolina 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Martha Susan Cornett 
Blackey, Kentucky 
B.A. History and Political 
Science 

Joanne Winifred Cornette 
Louisville, Kentucky 
B.A. English 



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Seniors 



Janice Earlene Crabtree 
Caretta, West Virginia 
B.A. English 

Margie Louise Crawford 
Forest Hill, West Virginia 
B.S. Home Economics 



Billie Jean Crowley 
Tazewell, Tennessee 
B.A. English 

Barbara Nell Deaton 
Asheville, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



Joy Dedman 

Old Hickory, Tennessee 

B.A. English 

Sheldon Parkes Dickson 
Wyandotte, Michigan 
B.A. Chemistry 



Dollie Wray Dingus 
Martin, Kentucky 
A.B. Art 

Norma Dell Dishner 
Duffield, Virginia 
B.A. English 



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Seni 



Larry Lee Dotson 
Louisa, Kentucky 
B.A. Geology 

Willie Ann Dotson 
Clintwood, Virginia 
B.A. English 



Annette Collins Dowdy 
Woodville, Alabama 
B.S. Home Economics 

Robert Hedley Dowdy 
Union, West Virginia 
B.S. Agriculture 



Polly Dovtell 
Union Star, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 

Betty Allene Fairchild 
Paintsville, Kentucky 
B.A. English 



Kent Kelly Felty 
Teges, Kentucky 
B.A. Geology 

William Franklin Fine 
New Market, Tennessee 
B.S. Business Administration 



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Seniors 



Gladys Marie Forbes 
Kingsport, Tennessee 
A.B. Physic.il Education and 
Biology 

Donald Wayne Forester 
Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.A. Physics 



Donald Furman Fox 
Mars Hill, North Carolina 
B.S. Agriculture 

Mary Kathleen Francisco 
Beckley, West Virginia 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Johnny Franklin 
Alexander, North Carolina 
B.A. Agriculture 

Margaret Anne Freeman 
Rutherfordton, North Carolina 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Frank Robert Gentry 
Mountain City, Tennessee 
B.A. Business Education 

Paul Allen Gibson 
Louisville, Kentucky 
B.A. English 



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Seniors 



Robert Lee Gillespie 
Grundy, Virginia 
B.A. Psychology 

Nancy Boley Goodwin 

War, West Virginia 

B.S. Business Administration 



David Richard Graham 
Asheville, North Carolina 
B.A. Chemistry 

Marjorie Ann Grant 
Waynesville, North Carolina' 
B.S. Home Economics 



Gene Raymond Graves 

Frankfort, Kentucky 
B.S. Agriculture 

Patricia Anne Hager 
Spurlocksville, West Virginia 
B.S. Home Economics 



Daniel Evan Hall 

Johns Run, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 

Mary Alice Hall 
Wheelwright, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 



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Seniors 



Daniel D. Hance 
Walton, Kentucky 
B.S. Agriculture 

Wesley Lowell Harris 
Jonesville, Virginia 
B.S. Agriculture 



Clifford Ralph Hartsog 
Creston, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 

Sam Hawkins 

Rutherfordton, North Carolina 

B.A. Mathematics 



Mrs. William Hawkins 

Jonesville, Virginia 

B.S. Business Administration 

William Richard Hawkins 
Mars Hill, North Carolina 
B.S. Agriculture 



Julian Higgins 
Berea, Kentucky 
B.A. Geology 

Delmar Dewitt Hinds 
Mountain City, Tennessee 
B.S. Business Administration 



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Seniors 



Preston R. Hogue 
Emory, Texas 
A.B. History and Political 
Science 

Lucille Jeanette Holland 
Berea, Kentucky 
B.A. Art 



Tal Chun Hong 
Seoul, Korea 
B.3. Agriculture 

Clyde Russell Hopkins 
Loyall, Kentucky 
B.S. Agriculture 



Linda Jeanne Houston 
Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.A. English 

James E. Huddleston, Jr. 

Albany, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 



Glen Wilkes Hudson 
Greenville, South Carolina 
B.A. English 

Cordell Huff 

McKee, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 



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Seniors 



Roy Gordon Huffman 
Loyall, Kentucky 
A.B. Mathematics 

Barbara F. Hunnicut 
Tuxedo, North Carolina 
B.A. English 



Joe Kyung Hyun 
Seoul, Korea 
B.A. Physics 

James Ray Israel 
Asheville, North Carolina 
B.A. Chemistry 



Shirley Jarvis 
Lenoir, North Carolina 
A.B. English 

Herman D. Jones 
Indian Springs, Tennessee 
B.A. History and Political 
Science 



Opal Jones 
Corbin, Kentucky 
A.B. Mathematics 

Peggy Pearl Justice 
Forest City, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Education 



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Seniors 



Kenneth G. Justus 
Hendcrsonville, North Carolina 
B.S. Agriculture 

Rachel Elizabeth Keen 
Burkesville, Kentucky 
A.B. Elementary Education 



Edward Leon Kemp 
Kimball, West Virginia 
B.A. Biology 

Peggy Sue Kidd 
Stanton, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 



Paul Frederick Kirk, Jr. 
Bluefield, West Virginia 
B.S. Business Administration 

Richard E. Kitts 
Peabody, Tennessee 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Daisy Koone 

Forest City, North Carolina 

B.A. Elementary Education 

Earl Edward Lawson 

Logan, West Virginia 

B.S. Business Administration 



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S*>iti 



Paul Davis Legg 

Clintonville, West Virginia 
B.S. Agriculture 

Mable Lewis 
Gordon, Kentucky 
B.S. Business Education 



Nancy Ann Lowe 

Dayton, Ohio 

B.A. Elementary Education 

James Reginald Martin 
Edneyville, North Carolina 
B.A. 'English 



Beechard C. McConnell, Jr. 
Gate City, Virginia 
B.A. Biology 

Peggy Ann McConnell 
Gate City, Virginia 
B.A. Biology 



Phillip Jay McClung 
Summersville, West Virginia 
B.A. Biology 

Lenora Fay Means 
Winchester, Kentucky 
B.A. Elementary Education 



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St'iiiors 



Margaret Melton 
Caroleen, North Carolina 
B.A. English 

John Midriff 
Stuart, Virginia 
B.A. Social Science Area 



Mrs. Royce Miller 

Winchester, Ohio 

B.A. Elementary Education 

Dorothy Lee Mitchell 
Berea, Kentucky 
B.A. History and Political 
Science 



Jean Ann Morris 
Mullens, West Virginia 
B.A. English 

Lillian Yvonne Morris 
Mullens, West Virginia 
B.A. English 



Raymond G. Morris 
Cumberland, Kentucky 
B.A. Geology 

Hunter W. Mullins 
Hindman, Kentucky 
B.A. Mathematics 



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Seniors 



Ralph Waldo Nevels 
Greenwood, Kentucky 
B.A. Mathematics 

Dorothy Louise Newman 
Hendersonville, North Carolina 
B.A. Physical Education and 
Biology 



John Wayne Nixon 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

B.S. Agriculture 

Sara Joyce O'Kelley 

Hendersonville, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Education 



Evelyn Jaundola Parsley 

Smartt, Tennessee 

B.A. Elementary Education 

Gail Frances Parsons 

Parsons, West Virginia 

B.S. Business Administration 



Emma Jean Peak 
Hendersonville, North Carolina 
B.A. Psychology 

Bobby Eugene Powell 
Stanton, Kentucky 
B.S. Agriculture 



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Seniors 



Mary Elizabeth Powell 
Berea, Kentucky 
B.A. Psychology 

Edna Earle Pressley 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 
B.A. Sociology 



Carolyn Jean Price 

Wayland, Kentucky 
B.A. French 



Patsy Ann Pruitt 
Duffield, Virginia 
B.A. English 



James Eugene Purcell 
Martinsville, Virginia 
B.A. Physics 

Daniel Van Quillen, Jr. 

Neon, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 



Charles Wllburn Ramsey 
Morganton, North Carolina 
B.S. Agriculture 

Frank Rasnick 
Clintwood, Virginia 
B.A. Biology 



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tentors 



Glenn Rice 
Decoy, Kentucky 
B.A. Geology 

Eleanor Rippey 

Mt. Storm, West Virginia 
B.A. Elementary Education 



J. D. Risner 
Verona, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 

Evelyn Lucille Ritchie 

Harrisonburg, Virginia 

B.S. Business Administration 



Bill Roberson 
Wise, Virginia 
B.A. Mathematics 

James Ralph Robinson 
Burnsville, North Carolina 
B.S. Social Science 



Reba Salyers 
Maytown, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 

Shelby Jean Sawyer 
Morristown, Tennessee 
B.A. Biology and Physical 
Education 



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Seniors 



William K. Scheiern 
Detroit, Michigan 
A.B. English 

Cohen Lee Sharpe 
Williamsburg, Kentucky 
A.B. Philosophy 



Charles Raymond Shepherd 

Ashland, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 

George Allen Simmons 

Headwaters, Virginia 

B.A. Elementary Education 



Charles Thomas Skean 
Kenova, West Virginia 
B.A. History and Political 
Science 

Marian Skipper 
Moore Haven, Florida 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Eldred Glenton Slaughter 
Woolwine, Virginia 
B.A. Mathematics 

Arthur Smith, Jr. 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



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Seni 



Marian na Smith 

Hindman, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 

Woody Snapp 

Glade Spring, Virginia 

B.S. Business Administration 



Noyce Lane Snow 
Jamestown, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 

Raymond Franklin Spivey 

Lancaster, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 



Mary Catherine Stewart 
Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 
B.A. Biology 

Eunice Willena Stone 
Falmouth, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 



John Sturgill 

Hindman, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 

Robert Eugene Taylor 

Somerset, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 



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*t»ntors 



John Kenneth Terry 

Jackson, Kentucky 

B.S. Business Administration 

Ella Lois Todd 
Berea, Kentucky 
B.S. Business Administration 



Sarah Roberts Tucker 
Weaverville, North Carolina 
B.A. Elementary Education 

Justin Turner 
Prestonsburg, Kentucky 
B.A. Social Science 



John Wesley Turner 
Jackson, Kentucky 
B.A. Mathematics 

Ernestine E. Upchurch 
Maggie Valley, North Carolina 
B.A. Sociology 



Melva Doris Upchurch 
Monticello, Kentucky 
B.A. Science Area 

Harold D. VanHook 
Brodhead, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 



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Seniors 



Cleo Russell Walkup 
Rupert, West Virginia 
B.A. Biology 

Janet Wallace 
Washington C. H., Ohio 
B.A. Public School Music 



Barbara Allen Ward 
Rockwell, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 

Clifford Edgar Ward 

Sylva, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 



Walter Ward, Jr. 
Villiamsport, Kentucky 
B.A. Chemistry 

Troy Watson 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

B.S. Business Administration 



Anita Marie Wheeler 
Kirksville, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 

Alice Schofield Whitaker 
Hazard, Kentucky 
B.A. Sociology 



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Sfttiors 



Walter E. Whitaker, Jr. 
Viper, Kentucky 
B.A. Art 

Theodore Clark Whitson 
Relief, North Carolina 
B.A. Chemistry 



Marjorie Hope Wightman 
Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 
B.A. English 

Anna Laura Williams 
Tryon, North Carolina 
B.A. Elementary Education 



Margaret Rose Williams 
Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.S. Home Economics 

Wilson Howard Willard 
Charleston, West Virginia 
B.A. English 



Carolyn Wilson 
Corbin, Kentucky 
B.A. Elementary Education 

Charles Michael Wolf 
Spindale, North Carolina 
B.A. Sociology 



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Seniors 



Barbara Lynn Wooten 
Beckley, West Virginia 
B.A. Sociology 

Ballard Dayton Wright 
Prestonsburg, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 



Gene Corbin Wright 
Prestonsburg, Kentucky 
B.A. Biology 

Charles Wykle 
Asheville, North Carolina 
B.A. History and Political 
Science 



Florence Davis 
Midkiff, West Virginia 
B.A. Public School Music 




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Junior Class Officers 




Ray Shaw, vice president; Barbara Baker, 
secretary-treasurer; Tom Edwards, president; 
Yvonne Blakely and Ron Reed, social co-chairmen. 



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tors 

Abbott, Barbara 
Adams, Ella Faye 
Adkins, Blaini 1). 

AlAVI, S. MaNUCHEE 

Ando, Emiko 
Bailey, Royce 



Baker, Barbara 
Baker, Norma 
Baker, Patricia 
Barnett, Sylvia 
Batson, Bill 
Bays, Wanda 



Beigi, Farhad 
Blair, Jacquelin 
Blair, James 
Blakely, Uneva 
Bradley, Jean 
Bray, Clarence 



Broderick, Franklin 
Brown, Patsy 
Browning, Lloyd 
Buck, Shannon 
Burd, Patricia 
Burr, Carol 



Caleee, Gloria 
Carroll, Bill 
Carter, Marie 
Cave, Shelby 
Chaffins, Gary 
Chafin, Shirley 



Cheek, Violet 
Cody, Shirley Ann 
coftman, axnltia 
Collier, Patricia 
Combs, Newton 
Compton, Bob 



Conover, Sandra 
Cook, John 
Coomer, James 
coomer, j. t. 
Cox, Davis 
Coor-ER, Gaylf 



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Juniors 

Crase, Arvil 
David, Chelladurai 
Davis, Vance 
Dizney, Robert 
Dotson, Margaret 
Due, Nancy 



Dunkle, Rebecca 

dunnavent, walter 

Elswick, Fred 

Flack, Donna 

Frith, Captain Herman 

George, Harry, Jr. 



Gilbert, Beverly 
Gilliam, Clyde 
Glazier, Alice 
Glazier, Catherine 
Gordon, Vernon 
Greene, John 



Greene, Nathan 
Hale, Julia 
Hale, Kathryn 
Hamon, Mary Ellen 
Harmon, Rebecca Ann 
Harris, Phyllis 



Haynes, Elizabeth 
Hevener, Ruby 
Hicks, Howard 
Hix, Betty 
Hogan, Wynonia 
Houpe, John 



Huff, Conrad 
Hughes, Lochiel 
Hunley, Janice 
Hutchinson, David 
James, Brian 
Keeter, Larry 



Kidd, Randolph 
Kim, In Sook 
Kiracofe, Carolyn 
Lawson, Robert 
Looper, Louise 
Lovejoy, Margaretta 



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Juniors 

McCampbell, Marian 
McCann, Joe 
Miller, Freda 
Miller, James A. 
Miller, James P. 
Miller, Thelma 



Mitchell, Ruth 
Morrison, Betty 
Moss, Buelon R. 
Moss, Charlene 
Niday, Carol 
Noe, Ernestine 



Oakley, Mildred 
Owenby, Barbara 
Parnell, Joseph 
Parsons, Rita 
Peterson, Elizabeth 
Plumley, Eugene 



Rakes, Lucille 
Reagan, Katha 
Reedy, Christine 
Reynolds, Joe 
Richen, Jay 
Robertson, Faye 



Robinson, Charles Allen 
Robinson, Linville 
Rose, Pauline 
Roten, Ruby M. 
Shetterly, Nancy 
Skeese, John, R., Jr. 



Smith, Elmer 
SrENCER, Nancy 
Sturgill, Joyce Ann 
Taylor, Beverly 
Taylor, Felix 
To, William 



Upton, Millie 
Vance, Loretta 
Vinson, Ronald 
Vinton, Lois 
Warner, Lou 
Wassum, Betty 



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Juniors 

Watson, Rhonda 
Wells, Marguerite 
Whitis, Dave 
Whitman, Dale 
Williams, Rod 
Williamson, Rhonda 




Sophomore Class Officers 




Nancy Rose, secretary-treasurer; Larry Frazier, 
Katie Bateman, social co-chairmen; Jerome 
Hughes, class sponsor; Larry Blondell, president; 
Bob Shepherd, vice president. 



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Sophs 



Abernathy, Helen 
Alexander, David 
Alford, Shirley 
Alsip, Darlene 
Arnett, Constance 
Asbury, Mary Alice 



Ashley, Glenna 
Atkinson, Ronnie 
Austin, Fred 
Barnes, Joyce 
Barnwell, Margaret 
Bateman, Katie 



Batie, Bob 
Bays, Stanly 
Beer, Lois 
Bennett, Bob 
Biddix, Cora 
Blair, Jack. H. 



Blair, Martha 
Blakely, Yvonne 
Blakey, G. T., Jr. 
Blankenship, Pat 
Blondell, Larry 
Boyd, Margaret 



Bradley, Frank 
Brigmon, Hilda 
Brown, Kathleen 
Buckland, Dorothy 
Burgin, Virginia 
Burns, Kenneth 



Burton, Doris 

Byrd, Keith 

Byrd, Charles Willare 

Carroll, Pat 

Carter, Rebecca 

Caswell, Alice 



Cecil, Barbara 
Chadwell, James 
Chambers, Marcella 
Childers, Charlotte 
Coburn, Patricia Sue 
Coop, Russell 




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Cooper, Mable 
Crabtree, Nina 
Craueord, John 
Crummett, Charlotte 
Cupp, Flove 
Daniel, Gerald 



Davidson, Lois 
Dezarne, Dana Lee 
Dicken, Hazel 
Dills, Betty 

DlMSDALE, G\VEN 

Dodson, Wanda 



Douglas, Janet 
Eades, Ruby 
Easter, Lynne 
Ellis, Marlene 
Fields, Palmer 
Frazier, Larry 



Frazier, Marzella 
Fugate, Mary' 
Garner, Jax 
Gibson, Judith 
Godsey-, Maurice 
Gosnell, Alice 



Gothard, Howard 
Greene, Carol 
Greene, Linda 
Gregory, Elaine 
Gregory, Shirley 
Gregory, Sybil 



Hamilton, Lowell Allen 
Hamrick, Sandra 
Hardin, Eva 
Hatfield, Lowlll 
Hembree, Marion 
Henderson, Freddie 



Henderson, Rebecca 
Hickman, James 
Hodges, Linda 
hollyeield, gustava 
Hopper, Anita 
FJopcraet, David 



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Sft/ihs 



Hudson, Sadie 
Huff, Odell 
Hunt, Pauline 
Huskins, Annetta 
Isaacs, Eleanor Ruth 
Jamerson, Joyce 



James, Paul 
Jarrett, Norma 
Johnson, Cecilia 
Jones, Mary 
Kelly, Mary Elizabeth 
Kilbourne, James 



King, Kathy 
Kiser, George 
Kitts, Halburn 
Kyle, Kenton 
Lank ford, Lois 
Lankford, Sherrill 



Lawson, Barbara 
Ledi ord, Barbara 
Lequire, Karen 
Lowdermilk, Steven 
McCall, Marty 
McClelland, Eva 



McCoig, Jack 
McComb, Beth 
McFaddin, George 
McNeil, George 
Marlowe, Elizabeth 
Martin, Bruce 



Martin, Minnie Sue 
Martin, Rodney 
Maupin, Madge Ann 
Mayhall, Janice 
Meeks, Annette 
Metcalf, Clifford 



Miller, Donald 
Miller, Fannie 
Miller, William Donald 
Mills, Glen D. 
Miracle, Carson 
Mise, Phyllis 



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Sitphs 



MORELOCK, LoUVENA 

Morley, Mary 
Morris, Jackie 
Muhammad, Sher 
Mumeord, Robinson 
Napier, Ruth 



Naylor, Judy 
Newkirk, Sharon 
Nc, Tuck Wai 
Noble, Charles 
Osborne, Gerald 
Osolnik, Maureen 



Painter, Eloise 
Park, Kyunc 
Parks, James 
Parry, Walter 
Parsons, Carol 
Payne, John W. 



Peace, Winifred 
Pearson, John 
Peercy, Paul S. 
Peterson, Eleanor 
Pittillo, Dan 
Plumley, Boyd 



Porter, Bob 
Potter, Kit Carson 
Powell, Madeline 
Powell, Smith T. 
Powers, Alma 
Pratt, Gailya 



Price, Leroy 
Rader, E. H. 
Reagan, Helen 
Reed, Ronald 
Rees, Anna Dale 
Reid, Angela 



Rexrodu, William Lee 
Rhudy, Joe 
Rivers, Clayton 
Robertson, Diane 
Rose, Nancy 
Ross, Ron 



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Sophs 



Salisbury, Goldie 
Sapp, Kenneth 
Seacle, Danny 
Secrest, Ival 
Sells, Gloria 
Shannon, Roger 



Sharp, Judith 
Shaw, Ray 
Shepherd, Helen 
Shepherd, Robert 
Shoopman, Johanna 
Smith, Beverly 



Smith, Elizabeth 
Smith, Mitchell 
Spangler, George 
Statham, Hershel 
Stephenson, John 
Stewart, Phyllis 



Stickley, Galen 
Sumner, Patricia 
Swift, Shirley 
Tallent, Hazel Lee 
Tamini, Ziad 
Taylor, Joe 



Tenney, Nancy 
Thompson, Ted 
Thorn, Anna 
Thorne, Henry 
Tomberlin, Gerald 
Tomberlin, Nora Sue 



Turner, Jeanniene 
Turner, Treva 
Unthank, Shirley 
Vice, Billy James 
Wadsworth, Ann 
Wall, Patricia 



Webb, Veda 
Whited, Eleanor 
Wilson, Sonja 
Wood, Bobby 
Wooldridge, Blue Eagle 
Woody, Martha 



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Sophs 

Workman, Jerry 
Zimmerman, Laura 
Zirk, Carolyn 
Zook, John 
Manuel, Isaac 







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Freshman Class Officers 




Gary Farley and Bette Wilson, social co-chairmen; 
Fred Spillman, vice president; Mary Lou Crigger, 
secretary; Ed Davis, president. 



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Frwsh 

Abbott, Eldon 
Adams, Judy Ann 
Agee, Carol 
Allen, Geraldin 
Almarode, Randal 
Anclin, Alma Jean 



Asher, Bobbie Jean 
Asher, Wanda 
Austin, Catherine 
Bach, Bonnie 
Back, Charles 
Baharestan, Khosh-hal 



Baker, Donna 
Ball, Kathryn L. 
Ball, Mary Jean 
Ballard, Susan 
Ballew, Mary Ellen 
Barnes, James Douglas 



Barrier, Jack 
Bates, Billie Jo 
Blevins, Joan 
Bobbitt, David 
Boone, Cora Lee 
Bowers, Margaret 



Bowling, Loren 
Brewer, Richard 
Briss, Elmer A. 
Brock, Barbara 
Brookshire, James 
Brown, Billy C. 



Brown, Stephen Eugene 
Buf'f, Louise 
Burr, Anthony 
Bryd, Melinda 
Campbell, Darrel 
Campbell, Edna Earle 



Caswell, Charlie 
Catron, Rebecca 
Chang, Eun Yong 
Chappell, Monty 
Cody, Andrea Lee 
Cole, Anne 



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Frosh 

Colvin, Barbara 
Colvin, Rosemary 
Cooper, Barbara Ann 
Cordle, Barbara 
Cox, Mary Frances 
Crawford, Laura 



Crigger, Mary Lou 
Croucher, Samuel 
Crutcher, Ronnie Lee 
Cunningham, Clyde 
Damron, Evelyn M. 
Davenport, Joyce 



Davidson, Anna 
Davis, Edward 
Davis, Lila 
DeHeart, Rose Mary 
Dove, Judith Lynn 
Dula, Maurice 



Eades, Annita 
Ellison, Jerry Lea 
Elswick, Eddie 
Emory, Eric 
Evans, Rose Mary 
Farley, Carolyn 



Farley, Gary 
Feltner, Elizabeth 
Ferrill, Jane 
Fink, Shirley 
Finley, Lilly 
Fitzgerald, Nina 



Fleenor, Walter 
Forbes, Van 
Forester, Lois 
Forrest, Robert 
Fox, Terrold 
Franklin, Helen 



Frazier, Sally 
Gaddy, Carolyn 
Gibson, Eleanor 
Gibson, Roy Allen 
Girdler, Betty Jo 
Goins, Doris 



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Frosh 

Griffin, Sherry 
Gunter, Barbara 
Gutherie, Thomas 
Gwinn, Ilene 
Hall, William R. 
Hamilton, Norma 



Harmon, Minnie 
Harper, Peggy 
Hash, Paul 
Hawkins, Johnny 
Hayes, Rose 
Hayes, Thomas S. 



Hazelwood, Doug 
Helton, Mary Frances 
Henderson, Rebecca 
Hensley, Jacqueline 
Hensley, Joy Lou 
Herd, Dennis 



Hibbard, Anna E. 
Hollan, Charles 
Hood, Robin 
Housley, Myra Lee 
Howard, Mary 
Howard, Patty 



Howard, Wendell 
Hughes, Charles Freeman 
Husrtns, Jo Ann 
Johnson, Stephen 
Jones, Pattie 
Jones, Sherrena 



Keck, James Oliver 
Keen, John E. 
Khatami, Hassen 
Kidd, Patsy 
Kimball, Rosemarie 
Kindle, Nellie 



King, David 
Lake, Gary 
Lakes, Carl 
Lamb, Irene 
Lambert, Eleanor 
Lane, Ester 



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Frosh 

Lanier, Ruth 
Ledford, Richard 
Lee, Sandra 
Leonhardt, Carson 
Lester, Jesse Lee 
Lethgo, Linda D. 



Little, Thomas ¥m. 
Lowder, William 
McClintic, Margaret 
McCrary, Peggy 
McCune, Thomas 
McDermitt, Carolyn 



McDon', Ambrose 
McGhee, Carolyn 
McGraw, Lynda 
McGuire, Martha 
Martin, Hugh Lloyd 
Matheson, Edwin 



Mayo, Allen 
Meadows, Gene 
Miller, Carol 
Miller, Dawn 
Miller, Donnie 
Miracle, James 



Mitchell, Linda 
Montgomery, William 
Moore, Ella Rose 
Moore, Mary Belle 
Morton, Lee 
Mullins, Glynda 



Mullins, June 
Mullins, Patricia Ann 
Mullins, Sue 
Nanney, Wade 
Nichols, Penny 
Norman, Nancy 



Ogle, Carl Phillip 
Osborne, Paul 
Owenby, Nana 
Owens, Odell 
Palmer, Nancy 
Pelfrey, Donna Lou 



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Frosh 

Pittman, Bob 

Poe, Sierra Sue 
Polly, Dan Mitchell 
Pridemore, Clara 
Propst, Gertrude 
Rasnick, Theda 



Ray, Gayle 
Reid, Clayton 
Richardson, Pollie Janie 
Richardson, Sue 
Riemann, Michael 
Roberts, Gerald 



Robinson, Charles, Jr. 
Robinson, Richard 
Rogers, Chris 
Rose, Mary Martha 
Salvers, Brenda 
Sanford, Charles 



Scocgin, Howard 
Short, Bettye Lou 
Shortridge, James 
Shrewsberry, Zelma 
Simpson, Charles 
Singleton, Bruce 



Singleton, Oneida Jewel 
Sizemore, Patricia 
Skaggs, Marilyn 
Sloan, Kizzie 
Smith, Barbara 
Smith, Don 



Smith, Judith 
Smith, Linda Jaxis 
Spillman, Fred 
Stanieer, Sara 
Stewart, Anna Mary 
Stewart, Linda 



Stewart, Robert 
Sutton, David 
Sutton, Elizabeth 
Swope, Donnie 
Tate, David J. 
Taylor, Yvonne 



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Frosh 

Thompson, Jo 
Thompson, Judith Vance 
Tonne, Georgianna 
Truitt, Cynthia 
Tucker, Freda 
Tyree, Sylvia Carol 



Underwood, Jackie 
Varney, Everett Lee 
Venters, Charles 
Waddell, Charles 
Wade, Cyrenius 
Ward, Ronald B. 



Wayman, Sandra 
Webb, Verlin 
Whitlock, Phyllis 
Wilder, James 
Wilder, Patricia 
Wilkerson, Justine 



Williams, Doris G. 
Williams, Hazel 
Williams, Inez 
Williams, Ollie 
Wilson, Bette 
Wimpy, Mary Sue 



Zachary, Gary' 




Special Students 



Dean, Roger 
Hardwick, David 
Isani, Ali 
Wine, William 
Reckmann, Eric 
Van Willigen, Nel 




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The School of Nursing 




Martha Wylie, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Nursing, College 
A.B., Indiana, 1921; G.N. Ind. Univ. 
Training School for Nurses, 1924; M.S., 
Indiana, 19S4; Berea, 1943-47; 19S7. 



Leta Sanders 

B.S. Teachers College, Columbia Univ.; 

M.A., 1958, Columbia Univ.; Berea 1958— 




The four year nursing curriculum is based on the 
recommendations of the National League for Nursing 
and has been initially approved by the Kentucky Board 
of Nursing Education and Nurse Registration. Final 
approval is not given until the first class has been 
graduated. This school year saw the last graduation 
class under the three-year program. 

In addition to the objectives shared by all Berea 
College Departments, the Department of Nursing is 
striving to; provide a four-year college education for 
students entering upon careers in nursing, thus giving 
them an educational experience comparable to those 
available in other undergraduate professional programs; 
prepare well-selected students for giving effective nurs- 
ing care and for filling first-level positions in nursing 
fields; develop a self-directing, service-motivated nurse, 
conscious of the high calling of her profession and of 
her responsibilities and rewards in it; to give experience 
in public health nursing in rural areas, to acquaint stu- 
dents with the needs and problems of those areas, and 
to challenge them with the opportunity for service in 
such areas. 



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September 19 J 8 
Graduate Nurses 



First row. Peggy McCollum Dean, Frances Wilson, Deanna 
Bullard, Martha Wylie, Dolly Hamilton, Sue Hile Atkinson. 
Second row. Ann Collins, Virgie Carr, Ann Reagan, Ellen 
Parker, Bculah McCartli, Joyce Sheffield Massey. Third 
row. Patsy Alley, Helen Claycomb, Georgia Gatliff, Natalie 
Jacobs, Doris Bank, Grace Howard. 



Foundation 
Practical Nurses 



First row: Virginia Holliday, Shelby Hale, Gladys Bonnet, 
Betty Stokes, Charlene Cornett. Second row. Loraine 
Nichols, Brenda Boyd, Ellen Stubblefield, Connie Hastings, 
Martha Lamb. 



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First row: Dean James Orwig, Ray Israel. Second row. 
Smith T. Powell, Leon Kemp, Alice Boley, Gayle Cooper, 
Link Robinson. Third row. Karen Crotty, Ann Rees, 
Margaret Williams, Angela Reid, Carolyn Price, Wilson 
Villard. Fourth row. Rebecca Harmon, Frances Brannon, 
Carolyn Zirk, Mary Jane Bevins, Dean Julia Allen, Janet 
Wallace. Fifth row. Doris Lewis, Carolyn McGee, Fred 
Elswick, Clyde Hopkins, Judy Adams, Sam Hawkins. Sixth 



row. Preston Hogue, Lloyd Browning, Sonja Wilson, Stanley 
Bays, Hollis Flynn, Joe Correll. Seventh row. Ed Davis, 
David Bobbitt, Monty Chappell, Tom Edwards, Glen Hud- 
son, Fred Pardue, Margaret Boyd. Eighth row: Frank 
Gentry, Ralph Hartsog, Gary Farley, Joe Brodrick, Larry 
Owen, Gerald Tombcrlin, Dave Hutchinson. Ninth row. 
Thomas Fern, Linda Stuart, Margaret McClintic, Colon 
Sparkman, Charles Wykle. 



Student Association 



The Association of Berea College Students has 
three governmental branches. They are the Ex- 
ecutive Council, the Senate, and the Judicial Com- 
mission. The Executive Council receives items of 
business from the Senate, refers business to a 
committee for research before Senate action, pre- 



pares the agenda for the Senate, and administers 
actions voted by the Senate. The Senate has power 
to act upon any matter pertaining to the general 
welfare of the student body not delegated to any 
other authority on campus. 



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Women's 
Council 




First row: Judy Thompson, Lois Todd, 
Jan Cornette, Peggy McConncll. 
Second row: Katha Reagan, Carolyn 
Price, Jacquelyn Blair. Third row: 
Shirley Gregory, Klara Welsh, Mary 
Jane Bevins, Dean Julia Allen, Dean 
Miriam McReynolds, Glenna Ruth 
Ashley. Fourth row: Margie Craw- 
ford, Patsy Pruitt, Melinda Byrd. 



JL1 ~ 



The Women's Council, composed of dormitory presidents, town representatives, 
committee chairmen, faculty representatives, advisory deans, and elected officers, co- 
ordinates the Women's Association activities, plans, and regulations. 



Men's Council 



The purpose of the Men's Association is to enforce existing house regulations, 
to promote the welfare and further the best living conditions of the men residing in 
college dormitories, and in general to promote the interest of all College men. 



First row: Dan Hall, Cleo Walkup, 
Dein James Orwig, J. D. Risner. 
Second row: Richard Kitts, Ronnie 
Harm an, Charles Wykle, Sam Hawkins, 
Fred Elswick, Gene Graves, Joe Rhudy. 




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The Pinnacle 



Left: Editor-in-Chief Thomas Snapp and 
Associate Editor Harold Molineau. 




Above: The Business Staff. Bob Batie, Loretta Vance, 
Sher Muhammad, Helen Shepherd, Bill Scheiern. 



Above: News Reporters. Seated: Phyllis Martin, Marian 
Skipper, Janie Richardson, Linda Seneker, George Riser. 
Standing: Cohen Sharpe, Ed Forbes, Larry Frazier. 



Below: Feature Reporters. Seated: Barbara Owenby, 
Bill Scheiern, Pat Collier. Standing: Ziad Tamimi, John 
Payne. 



Below: News Reporters. Seated: Joy Dedman, Boyd 
Plumley, George Kiser, Kathy King. Standing: Larry Frazier, 
Lee Pennington. 




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Berea 
Players 



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Chapel 
Choir 



first row. Doris Williams, Mary Lou Carhart, Elaine Chang, Eleanor Coffey, Linda 
Houston, Jackye Davis, Gaylc Cooper, Marlenc Ellis, Glenna Hurt, Mary Francisco, 
Nana Owen by, Gail Bcvins, Carolyn Gaddy, K} oko Ando. Second row: Shelby 
Alderman, Mary Jane Bevins, Jan Cornctte, Carol Niday, Hal burn Kitts, Clyde 
Hopkins, Bob Compton, Maurice Dula, Johnny Cook, Fred Austin, Don Fox, Barry 
El ledge, Fred Kirk, Becky Harman, Judy Gibson, Ma reel la Chambers. Third row: 
Gloria Calfee, Wilson Willard, Tuck Ng, Reggie Martin, Don Forester, Jerry Case, 
Ted Whitson, Dave Graham, Vance Davis, John Pearson, Larry Blondcll, Richard 
Brewer, Flo Davis, Janet Wallace, Annette Meeks. 



Band 



Vhst row. Aubrey Bowie, Lewis Harold Mc Kinney, Jean Grossman, Dorothy 
Buckland, Terry Hamrick, Henry Snodgrass, Joe Corrcll, Caron Crotty. Second 
row. Joseph Firszt, Fred Kirk, Bob Shepherd, Tom Edwards. Third row: Wilson 
Willard, Shirley Chafin, Ollie Williams, Diane Giffin. 




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eddie Henderson. 



h Goudge, Phyllis Stewart, Beverly Gilbert, Norma Dishner, 



Modern 
Dance 



The members of Country Dancers are Joe Azbill, Bill Best, G. T. Blakey, Dave 
Brodrick, Loren Kramer, Sam Croucher, Harold Feltner, Dan Hall, Lowell Hamilton, 
Tom Hayes, Roy Huffman, Leonard Hughes, Tom Little, Chris Rogers, Ella Faye 
Adams, Judy Adams, Deanna Barker, Billie Jo Bates, Jackie Blair, Sally Frazier, Rose 
Ellen Hayes, Becky Henderson, Katha Reagan, Phyllis Rose, Oneida Singleton, Kizzie 
Slone, Sarah Standifer, Jo Thompson. Mrs. Ethel Capps is the director of the group. 



Country 

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Christian 

Youth 

Council 



YWCA 



First row: John Nixon, Vince Ross, Nancy Spencer, Wilson Willard, Emma Jean 
Peak, Yvonne Blakcly, Daisy Koone, Kyoko Ando. Second row: Jim Bergman, Blue 
Eagle Woolridgc, Walter Ward, J. Riehcn, Norris Woody, Ira Martin, Mrs. Kenneth 
Thompson. 

First row: Judy Thompson, Joan Blevins, Edna Pressley, Norma Baker, Zelma 
Shrewsberry, Rhonda Watson, Bonnie Henderson, Pat Stokes, Ann Thorn, Margaret 
De Hart, Lois Gibson. Second row; Judy Dove, Jane Ferrill, In Sook Kim, Barbara 
Deaton, Mrs. Lester Pross, Dean Julia Allen, Mrs. L. W. Rhudy, Mrs. L. B. Upton. 
Third row: Wynonia Hogan, Lois Lankford, Lila Davis, Eva McClelland, Eleanor 
Lambert, Phyllis Harris, Myrtle Bingham, Janice Abbott, Melva Upchurch, Anna 
Davidson. Fourth row: Ruth Burgin, Evelyn Damron, Billie Crowley, Ann Rees, 
Sue Bowlin, Dorothy Tredennick, Marianna Smith, Dale Wilds, Charlotte Crummett, 
Jean Allen, Janis Smith. 




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The purpose of the Psychology Club is to promote an active 
interest in the field of psychology; to provide a basis for social 
and academic relations among the faculty and student members; and 
to further the welfare of the Psychology Department. Membership is 
open to all interested students and faculty. The officers of the club 
are Ruth Burgin, Muriel Wright, Paul Comstock, Link Robinson, 
Robert Gillespie, Mary Ellen Hamon, and Sandra Conover. 



Psychology 
Club 



Psi Chi 



Psi Chi is an honor society 
open to students with a mini- 
mum of 1 8 hours in psychology 
with a "B" average. 



First row: Ruth Burgin, Shirley Jarvis, 
Muriel Wright, Dr. Clara Cooper. 
Second row: Glen Hudson, Dean Ken- 
neth Thompson, Paul Comstock, James 
Dean. 




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Phi Kappa Phi 



Phi Kappa Phi is a national honorary scho- 
lastic society that includes all branches of learning. 
Selection is made by faculty, society members 
from the top five percent of the junior class and 
twelve percent of the senior class. 



First row: Ann Holcomb, Miss Roberts, Mary Stewart, 
Ruth Burgin, Annette Dowdy, Lillian Morris, Janice 
Crabtree, Evelyn Ritchie, Mrs. Noll, Mrs. Risley, Miss 
Hubble. Second row. Dr. Spillman, Dr. Chang, Dr. Graham, 
Miss Auvil, Dr. Ludlum, Miss Firor, Miss Woods, Dr. O. 
Wolford, Mrs. Thompson, Rachel Keen, Jean Morris, Jae 
Hyun, Glen Hudson, Miss Brooks, Rhoda Bryan, Kyoko 
Ando. Third row: Mr. Pross, Earl Lawson, Preston Hogue, 
Mr. Morreim, Ted Whitson, Dr. Levy, Dr. Noll, Dr. F. 
Wolford, Dr. Martin, Don Forester, Dr. Ross, Dr. Kogerma, 
AH Isani, Dean Smith, Dean Shutt, Dean Evans. 



Sigma Pi Sigma 



Sigma Pi Sigma is a national honorary society to promote high scholarship and 
achievement in physics. Students must be a junior or senior having completed 12 
semester hours in physics with an average grade of "B" and be in the upper 3 5 percent 
of their class. 




First row: Blaine Adkins, Matt Ben- 
ningfield, Jack Hyun, Eugene Purcell, 
Don Forester. Second row: Tom 
Strickler, Waldemar Noll, Bob Comp- 
ton, James Parks, Ali Isani, Curtis Cox. 



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Sigma Beta 
i» a in ma 



Sigma Beta Gamma is an hon- 
orary society open to persons of 
high scholastic standing who are 
making geology their major field 
of study. 



Thomas Kemp, Glen Rice, Luis Concha, 
Riley Smith. 




Pi Alpha is a Berea College organization founded to recognize 
ability, encourage scholarship, and promote interest in science study 
by honoring student of geology, biology, chemistry, physics, and math- 
ematics. Membership is earned by achievement of a 2 (B) point stand- 
ing and a qualified number of hours in one of the science fields. 



Pi Alpha 



Geology Club 



The Geology Club is a newly 
founded club open to any stu- 
dent interested in geology. Its 
purpose is to promote interest 
and stimulate research in the 
field of geology. 



First row: Kent Felty, Raymond 
Morris, Richard Snead, Louis Eaton, 
Glen Rice, Eva Hardin, Luis Concha. 
Second row. Thomas Kemp, Charles 
Hutch ins, Eddie Els wick, Julian Hig- 
gins, Edna Campbell, Larry Dotson, 
Dan Pittillo. 




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Beta Beta 
Beta 

Beta Beta Beta is an honorary 
biological society open to persons 
of high scholastic standing who 
are making biology one of their 
major studies. 

First row. Paul Legg, Noyce Snow, 
Mary Stewart, Herschel Hull, Frank 
Seto, Ralph Robinson. Second row. 
Leon Kemp, Ted Whit son, Wesley 
Harris, John Nixon, Layten Davis, Art 
Dayton. 



American 

Chemical 

Society 



The American Chemical Society allows students of chemistry to 
become better acquainted, to gain experience in presenting technical 
material before an audience of chemists, to secure intellectual stimula- 
lation from professional association, and to foster a professional spirit 
among members. 



Medical Science Club 



The Medical Science Club was organized in 
1947 with the purpose of orienting the student 
into the field of medicine. This aim has been 



achieved by having recognized speakers, movies, 
and discussion periods. 




Vtrst row; Martha Blair, Joyce Jami- 
son, Anita Lance, Ruth Ann Burton. 
Second row: Ali Isani, S. Manuchelr 
Alavi, Fred Beigt, Reinnettc Howell, 
Lloyd Browning, Dr. McClure. Third 
row. Dorothy Chandler, Phyllis Stew- 
art, Farhad Beigi, David Whitis, Wil- 
liam To, Phyllis Thomas, Mary John- 
son. Fourth row. Ruth Napier, David 
Bobbitt, Carolyn Allen, Lelia Johnson, 
Faye Robertson, Anita Huskins, Glen 
Buchanan. Fifth row. Dr. J. Pratt. 



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First row. Theodore Wright, Rosemary DeHart, Louise Buff, Beth McComb, Mazelle 
York, Wanda Bays, Nina Crabtree. Second roil': George Noss, Roy Huffman, Bill 
Roberson, Charles Blevins, Halburn Kitts, Ival Secrest, John Green, Eunice Haynes, 
G. G. Roberts, Daniel Blalock, Naji Abboud. Third row. Hunter Mullins, Bill 
Louder, Ralph Nevils, Eldred Slaughter, Bob "Woods, Opal Jones, James Parks, 
Ernest Lane, B. H. Westfall. 




First row: Marianna Smith, Nancy Goodwin, Barbara Baker, Emogene Hogg, Mable 
Lewis, Barbara Deaton, Alice Boley, Lois Todd, Peggy Justice, Evelyn Ritchie, 
Frances Stephens. Second row: Patricia Mullins, Mary Lou Crigger, Sara O'Kelly, 
Frances Lewis, Earlene Hibbard, Eloise Barksdale, Pat Baker, Karen Lequire, Ann 
Holcolm, Melinda Byrd, Harry George, Ardle Snapp, Dave Brodrick, Hazel Lincoln. 
Third row: Robert Menefee, Dan Hall, Clifford Ward, Troy Watson, Dewitt Hinds, 
Bill Fine, Joe Brodrick, Bob Batie, Royce Bailey, Larry Barlowe, Jim Huddleston, 
Jim Payne. 



Business 

and 

Economics 



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German 
Newspaper 



The German Newspaper is a 
project of the German Club to 
earn money for its activities. 



Firs/ row: Galen Stickley, Walter 
Ward, James P. Miller, Bonny Orn- 
dorff. Second row. Dr. Charles Pauck, 
Russell Coop, Allen McCreary, Halburn 
Kitts, Lee Mitchell, Dr. K. Kogerma. 



Spanish Club 



First row. Jean Fairchild, Joan Fairchild, Angela Reid, 
Luis Concha, Evelyn Montgomery. Second row: Donna 
Baker, Lil Morris, Evelyn Ritchie, Katie Bateman, James 
Parks. Third row: Evelyn Coskey, J. E. Keen, Barbara 
Wooten, Mary Byrd, Sherrill Lankford, Gerald Clark, 



Gilberto Hinojosa, Shirley Chafin, Robert Lawson, Isaac 

Manuel, Rosemary DeHart, David Hopcraft, Smith T. 

Powell, Josh Boyd. Fourth row. James Wilder, Ruth De- 

Gamboa, Charlotte Ludlum, Gary Bowling, Polly Fairchild, 
Howard Scoggin. 




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First row: Phoebe Baird, Margaret Freeman, Wynonia Hogan 
Carolyn Price, Phyllis Cody, Eleanor Rippey, Edna Welte 
Veda Webb. Second row. Myrtle Dir.gham, Janis Smith 
Mary Frances Helton, Marjorie Wightman, Sylvia Tyree 
Judy Dove, Frances Stephens, Kyoko Ando, Deane Burdine 
Third row: George Simmons, Rachel Keen, Judy Feagan 
Dr. Roscoe Buckland, Elva McCullough, Judy Sharp, Eliza- 
beth Peterson. Fourth row: Ruby Hevener, Rebecca 
Henderson, Lee Mitchell, Sue Barnes, Nancy Shetterly, Harry 



George, Wilna Browning, Mary Stewart, Bettv Fairchild, 
Pansy Waycaster. Ophelia Weaver, Anna Davidson. Fifth 
row: Laura Zimmerman, Shirley Jarvis, Frances Lewis, 
Juandola Parsley, Joyce Barnes, Marie Carter, Dollie Dingus, 
Betty Lamb, Emily Comstock, Polly Hunt, Kathy Hale, 
Katie Francisco, Sue Bowlin. Sixth row: Loren Kramer, 
William Brooks, John Midkiff, David Brodrick, Cloyd 
Bumgardner, Roger Dean, Ralph Robinson, Bob Hayes. 



SXEA 



Twenty 
Writers 



First row: Preston Hogue, By gee 
Blakey, Norma Jean Baker, Dr. Thomas 
Krcidcr. Second row: Vernon Gordon, 
Sandra Conover, Harold Branam, Joy 
Dedman, Beth Powell, Ali Isani, Jan 
Cornet tc, Mike Alavi, G. T. Blakey, 
Jr., Treva Turner. 




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First row: Barbara Cordle, Bectye Short, Gailya Pratt, Mrs. 
Klara Welsh, Shirley Harrison, Bectye Wassum, Christine 
Hopkins. Second ran-. Darrell Renner, Freda Miller, Joe 
Young, Joan Calvert, Mary Byrd, Janice Crabtree, Cecilia 
Johnson, Pat Patton. Third row. In Sook Kim, Shinko 
Sakata, Rebecca Carter, Steven Carter, Gail Smathers, Betty 
Feltner, Patsy Wilder, Lou Warner, Judy Hays. Fourth row. 



Sadie Hudson, Margaret Boyd, Johanna Shoopman, Wade 
Nanney, Ted Price, Howard Scoggin, Brian James, Shafeek 
Khaled. Fifth row. Cohen Sharpe, Ruth DeGamboa, Evelyn 
Montgomery, Janie Richardson, Carol Agee, Rosemary Evans, 
Betty Burchett, Barbara Ledford, Norma Jarrett. Sixth 
row. Gilberto Hinojosa, Charlotte Ludlum, Steve Lowder- 
milk, Billy H urchins. 



French Club 
A«* Union 



First row. Joe Taylor, Mitchell Smith, Paul Legg, Don Miller, Gene Graves, Orville 
Crase. Second row: Ben Pipes, Don Maney, Conrad Huff, Claude Derting, Shirley 
Cagle, Eugene Plumley, Don Fox. Third row. Tal Hong, Chelladurai David, Andrew 
Gibbs, Don Miller, Wesley Harris. Fourth row. Monty Chappell, Clifford Metcalf, 
Bob Powell, Claude Coomer. Fifth row: Denny Herd, Charles Ramsey, J. T. 
Coomer, John Nixon. 




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Club 



First row: Sylvia Barnett, Anita 
Wheeler, Margaret Williams, Polly 
Dowell. Second row: Gloria Sells, 
Clara Ball, Sara Standifer, Sherrill 
Lankford, Mary Jane Ball, Jane Ferrill, 
TErvilla Masters. Third row: Rose Ellen 
Hayes, Martha Woody, Shelby Cave, 
Donna Flack, Sally Frazier, Willena 
Stone, Carol Ingledew. Fourth row: 
Gail Bevins, Carol Niday, Lillian Lewis, 
Marian Kingman, Marlene Ellis. Fifth 
row: Betty Musser, Faye Adams, Ann 
Grant, Peggy Childs. Sixth row: Ruth 
Wtfods, Mary Jane Bevins. Seventh 
row: Margaret DeHart, Pat Coburn, 
Shirley Unthank. Eighth row: Jackie 
Blair, Julia Hale. Ninth row: Joy Lee 
Hensley, Ruby Hampton, Rebecca 
Dunkle. Tenth row: Annette Dowdy, 
Mary Rose, Carol Miller, Norma Salis- 
bury. Eleventh row: Marilyn Skaggs, 
Brenda Salyers, Shirley Harrison. 
Twelfth row: Rose Moore, Cleo Cole- 
man, Janice Hunley. Thirteenth row. 
Sherry Griffin, Jerry Ellison. 





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Agriculture and Home Economics Club 



First row: Norma Salisbury, Willena 
Stone, Shirley Unthank. Second row: 
Clyde Gilliam, Cleo Coleman, James 
C. Coomer, Margaret Williams, Clara 
Ball, Lillian Lewis. Third row: 
Margie Crawford, Frances Adams, 
Joyce Barnes, Donna Flack, Pat 
Hager, Polly Dowell. Fourth row: 
Bob Dowdy, Annette Dowdy, Betty 
Musser, Preston Hill, Anita Wheeler, 
J. T. Coomer, Julia Hale, Don Miller, 
Cathy Brooks, Jackie H. Blair, Alease 
High, Fred Pardue. 




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Democrats 



First row: Mary Byrd, Wayne Standifer, Marion Cox. 
Second row: Preston Hogue, Bob Batie, Barbara Baker. 



History and 
Political Science 
Club 



First row: Dr. Frank Wray, Ruby Roten, Mary Byrd, 
Ralph Robinson. Second row: Mr. Joe Ray, Charles Rubel, 
Preston Hogue, John Houpe, Dr. Richard Drake. 




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Debater's 
Club 



The Debate Team, under the 
direction of Miss Margaret Mc- 
Coy, participated in a number 
of tournaments including the 
Kentucky Intercollegiate Debate 
Tournament held at Berea in 
January. 



Seated: Pauline Rose. Standing: Jay 
Richen, Kenneth Fordham, Charles 
Rubel. 




Cosmopolitan Club 



The Cosmopolitan Club is an organization 
open to all college faculty members and students. 
Its primary purpose is the betterment of inter- 
national relations. 



First row: Jack Hyun, Patsy Davis, Cora Biddix, Latifa 
Saliba, Shafeck Khaled. Second row: Emiko Ando, Cornelia 
VanWilligen, David Hopcraft, Zaccheus Okediji, Goldie 
Salisbury, Helen Shepherd, Eleanor Isaacs. Third row: Ziad 
Tamimi, Ali Isani, Dorothy Chandler, Phyllis Stewart, 
Freddie Henderson. Fourth row: Gerhard Tauscher, Cohen 
Sharpe, James Dean, Judy Naylor, Ziad Qasem. 



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The National German Honorary Fraternity, 
Delta Phi Alpha, seeks to recognize excellence in 
the study of German and to provide an incentive 
for higher scholarship. 



First row: Nathan Greene, Mike Alavi, Fred Bcigi, William 

To, Glen Buchanan. Second row: Mr. Kris Kogcrma, Dr. 

Charles Pauck, Blue Eagle Wooldridge, Dale Myers, Eldrcd 
Slaughter. 



Delta Phi Alpha 




The Rebel* 



First row: Raymond Morris, Bob Law- 
son, Ed Davis. Second row: Larry 
Blondell, Phil Ogle. 



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Dean Julia Allen 



Miss Allen, who is retiring this year from her 
office as Dean of Women, has worked with 
Bereans since 193 5 when she was the assistant to 
the Dean of Women. 

Dean Allen once remarked that she always 
tried to be first a person, then an administrator. 
We feel that she has amply succeeded in this, 
and we can only try to thank her for all she has 
given us — as a person and as an administrator. 



Above: A member of the Advisory Board of the Y, Dean 
Allen entertains at a Y Meeting. 



Right: A famil 



amiliar scene. 




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Administration 
and Faculty 



"The years ahead no one can number. The 
College itself must have concerns; it must have 
a spirit and life of its own. The College is not 
just a repository of learning with students and 
teachers poking about among dusty volumes. In 
Berea College I believe that we must have an atti- 
tude of free inquiry and we must have an en- 
vironment which will permit us to hear the 
trumpet calls of love, justice, courage, self- 
mastery, mercy, liberty." 



-Francis Hutchins 



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President Francis S. Hutchins 



Right: President's Office — B etty 
Edinger and Mrs. Elmer Briss. 



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Lawrence D. Bibbce 

Vice President in Charge of Business Affairs 



Below: Vice President's Office — Maude Lcdford, Mrs. 
Lcnnic Canficld, Mrs. Hershcl Hull, and Ervin Connelly. 





Louis Smith 

Dean of the College 



Right: Ofeice of the Dean — Mr 
Moore and Alta Dingman. 




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Kenneth H. Thompson 

Associate Dean of the College 



G. Harold Andrews 

Director of Student Industries 



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Wilson Evans 
Dean of Labor 



Below: Labor office — Vinson Watts, Hilda Wieringa and 
Ben Welsh. 




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James P. Orwig 
Dean of Men 



Mrs. Dorothy Coffey 

Secretary to the Dean of Men 



Below: Office of Deans of Women — Mrs. Gray, Secre- 
tary to the Deans of Women; Mrs. Miriam Mc Reynolds, 
Associate Dean of Women; Miss Julia F. Allen, Dean of 
Women. 





James H. Dean 

REGISTRAR 



Below. Registrar's Onui- Mrs. Gertrude Howard, Mrs, 
Alice Chambers, Virginia Amil, Phyllis Shumaker. 





Allan T. Morreim 
Director of Admissions 



Admissions Office 
Mrs. Eloise Risley 




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Above: Treasurer's Orncn — First row; Janette Conn, 
Mrs. Margaret Hughes, Nannie Kirby, Anna Mac Shumakcr, 
Bessie Dych. Second vow. Mary Payne, Daniel Yang, Mary 
Lamon, Rachel McCollum, Iva Lee Hodge, Edna Say lor. 



Below. Library — Blanche Lane, Faunice Hubble, Nedra 
Ware, Mildred Roberts, Sarah Firor, Nona Newbolt, Susan 
Arthur, Jane Lewis, Lois Dougherty, Elizabeth Gilbert, 
Mildred Hines. 




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Billy Edd Wheeler 
Alumni Secretary 



Above: O. H. Gunkler, Director of Athletics, and Mi; 
M. Sloan. 



Charles N. Shutt 

Director of Guidance and Testing 



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I tHllll If 



Margaret Belkxap Allen (Mrs.), A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Piano. College 

Beryl Sol'ter Hartcrove Backer (Mrs.). A.M. 
Instructor in Education. College 

Lillian Bihbee (Mrs.), M.S. 
Director of Boarding Hall 



Frances Brannon, A.B. 

Instructor in Physical Education for Tomea 

Frances Eleanor Brooks, A. M. 
Associate Professor of English, College 

Roscoe V. BucKLAN-n, Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor of Education, College 



Ethel Elizabeth Capps, A.M. 
Associate Professor of Recreation, Colle 

Julian Huntley Capps. A.M. 
Professor of Chemistry, College 

Fl Liang Chang, M.S. 
Professor of Sociology, College 



Rockwood Quock Ping Chin, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics, College 

Clara Chassell Cooper (Mrs. H. E.), Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology, College 

Kith DeGamboa (Mrs.). A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Coll 



Wilson Arnold Evans, Ed.D. 
Dean of Labor, Director of Non-Academic 
Personnel 

Donald C. Farley, M.Mus. 
Assistant Professor of Music, College 

Rose Maureen Faulkner. A.M. 
Associate Professor of English, College 



Thomas Stern Fern. M.F.A. 
Assistant Professor of Art, College 

George K. Flora, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Sociology, College 

Carol Gesner, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of English, College 



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Faculty 



Roscoe Giffin, Ph.D. 
Professor of Sociology, College 

Charles C. Graham, Ph.D. 
Professor of Education, College 

Edd C. Hogg, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry, Coll 



Anna Lucille Holcomb, M.B.A. 
Instructor in Economics and Business, College 

Rolf E. Hovf.y, A.M. 
Professor of Music, College 

Herschel Lester Hull, A.M. 
Associate Professor of Biology, College 



Orrin Louis Keener, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Social Studies, College 

Thomas Earl Kemp, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Geology, College 

Marian Kingman, M.S. 

Associate Professor of Home Economics, College 



Ernest Paul Lane, A.M. 
Instructor in Mathematics, College 

Gerrit Levey, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, College 

Mary Hazel Lincoln, A.M. 
Associate Professor of Economics and Business, 
College 



Siotha Ruth Longmire, B.S. 
Instructor in Physical Education 

Charlotte Perry Ludlum, Ph.D. 
Professor of Ancient Languages, College 

Anna Louise Watts McKown (Mrs. Delos) 
Instructor in Nursing, College 



Delos McKown, M.N. 

Instructor in Philosophy and Religion, College 

Minnie Maude Macaulay, M.Ed. 
Director of Physical Education for Women 

Ira J. Martin, Th.D. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion, 
College 



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Faculty 



Virginia P. Matthias (Mrs.), A.M. 
Associate Professor of English, College 

Robert G. Menefee, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics, College 

Evelyn Ina Montgomery, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, College 



Nell Scovel Noll (Mrs. W.), Ph.B. 
Instructor in English, College 

Waldemar Noll, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics, College 

George Sherer Noss, Th.D. 

Professor of Philosophy and Religion, College 



Frederick James Parrott, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of English, in Charge of 
Dramatics, College 

Donald V. Paschke, M.Mus. 
Instructor in Music, College 

Charles Ernest Pauck, Ph.D. 
Professor of German, College 



Lester Fred Pross, A.M. 
Associate Professor of Art, College 

George Gilbert Roberts, A.M. 
Professor of Mathematics, College 

William Gordon Ross, Ph.D. 

Henry Mixter Penniman Professor of Philosophy 
and Religion, College 



Katherine Shadduck, A.M. 

Instructor in Physical Education and Hygiene 

Robert Lee Shepherd, M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture, College; 
Superintendent, College Garden 

Gladys Long Smith (Mrs.), A.M. 
Associate Director of Food Service 



Riley S. Smith, Jr., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Geology, College 



Claude Omar Spillman, Ph.D. 
Professor of Agronomy, College 



Noel Stephens, Jr., M.S. 
Instructor in Agriculture, College 



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Facility 

Dorothy W. Tredennick, A.M. 

Associate Professor of Art, College 

Pat W. Wear, Ed.D 

Professor of Education, College; Co-director, Project 
for Experimentation in the Preparation of Edu- 
cational Supervisors, sponsored jointly by Berea 
College and the University of Kentucky 

Klara Gertrude Porter Welsh, (Mrs. Ben), 
A.M. 

Instructor in French, College 

Bjarne Harrison Westfall, A.B. 
Instructor in Mathematics, College 
Samuel Edward Wheeler, M.S. 
Superintendent of Livestock Farm 
Feaster Wolford, Ph.D. 

Director, Department of Agriculture; Clarence M. 
Clark Professor of Agricultural Education, College 



Opal Powell Wolford (Mrs. F.), Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Home Economics, College; 
Consultant, Preschool 

Norris Browning Woodie, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion; 
Coordinator of Religious Activities. 

Virginia Ruth Woods, M.S. 
Professor of Home Economics, College 



Frank J. Wray, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of History and Political Science, 
College 

Theodore Mathis Wright, A.M. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics, College 





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Ora Gunkler 
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Knapp Hall 



Knapp Hall, the teacher training school for 
Elementary Education majors, is operated bv Berea 
College as part of its student program. Students 
in this grammar and junior high school come 
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The first eight grades of school are under the 
direction of Miss Nell Gill, Mr. Carl Ford, Mrs. 
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college training in student teaching. 



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Science 



Carl Ford 

7 and 8 Grades 




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Cheerleaders — First row: Uneva Blakely, Janice 
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Vernon Conley 



Gerald Daniels 





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Milos Roberts 



Coach Monarchy Wyatt 




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Basketball Team — First row: Odell Huff, Bob Adkins. 
John Pratt, Vernon Conley, Everettc Varney. Second you: 
Coach Wyatt, Dclbert Combs, Lowell Wilder, Bill Brown, 
John Stevenson. Third row: Milos Roberts, Bob Atkinson, 



Lloyd Dunham, Heber Dunaway, O. H. Gunkler. Fourth 
row: Arvil Crase, Loren Bowling, Jesse Lester, Bob Pittman, 
James Dixon, Gerald Daniels, Paul Jones. 



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Opponent 


The 


93 


Rio Grande 


66 


72 


Transvlvania 


71 


50 


Wilmington 


53 


68 


Pikeville 


80 


54 


Tennessee A. & I. 


106 


74 


Fisk University 


59 


72 


Nebraska State Teacher* 


79 


79 


Bellarmine 


78 


72 


Centre 


65 


65 


Villa Madonna 


74 



69 


Georgetown 


51 


Transvlvania 


78 


Fort Knox 


86 


Union 


61 


Wilmington 


71 


Centre 


65 


Pikeville 


63 


Union 


94 


Bellarmine 


65 


Georgetown 



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82 
81 
72 
60 
87 



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Tennis 



Season Record 



JPe 


Opponent 


8 


Eastern 





Bellarmine 


3 


Centre 


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Centre 


5 


Eastern 


1 


U. of Ky. 



They 



Varsity — First row: Robert Lint;, Bob Stewart, Dave Whitis, Ken Fordham. 
Second row: Truman Fields, Jack Allen, Bob Compton, Russ Coop, Ray Dash. 



Faculty and Varsity — First row: Bob Compton, Jack 
Allen, Russ Coop, Robert Ling, Ray Dash, Ken Fordham, 
Truman Fields, Bob Stewart, Dave Whitis. Second row: 



Wilson Evans, Coach Wyatt, Thomas Strickler, Doug Massey, 
Rockwood Chin, Roscoe Giffin, Pat Wear, and Bill Wheeler. 




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Track Team — First row: Hollis Flynn, Ray Spivey, Blaine 
Adkins. Robert Ling, Spike Molineu, Larry Baber, Odell 
Huff, Jim Payne, Jack Duckworth, Doug Massey. Second 
row: Bill Carrol, Gene Wright, John Pots, Don Miller, Bob 



Bennett, Paul Peercy, Gwyn Campbell, Bill Wine, Art Smith, 
Edd Clifton, Sheldon Dixon, Prince Rivers, Davis Cox, Bob 
Compton, Bob Atkinson, Carl Boatwright, Cordell Huff, 
Dick Fleming, Ben Pipes. 



Track 



Cross Country 



Season Record 

Kentucky State - - Won 

Centre - — - Won 

Louisville Won 

Georgetown Won 

Union Won 

Bellarmine and Cincinnati Lost 

Eastern Lost 

Hanover -Lost 



Season Record 

Kentucky ^nd Cincinnati — - Second 

Vanderbilt ...Second 

Morehead - - Canceled 

Hanover .._. - - Won 

Bellarmine and Union Won 

Union — - — ■ .Won 

Shamrock Placed 



Coach Doug Massey 




The members of the Cross-country Team are 
Blaine Adkins, Jack Barrier, Davis Cox, Gary 
Farley, James Keck, Kenton Kyle, George Kiser, 
William McNcal, Gene Meadows, Paul Roberts. 
Jim Sutton, Charlie Caswell, Joe Cobbler, James 
Cowden, Dick Ledford, Lowell Reese. 



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First roiv: Delmar Ward, Bill White, Mike McClung, Paul Sipple, James Miracle. 
Second row: Bill Best, Kenneth Bray. Maurice Childs, Hollis Flynn, Don Fox, 
Phil McClung, Hugh Hendricks. Third row: Jack Dills, Bill Saulmon, Bob 
Bennct, Don Wallace, Mr. O. H. Gunkler, Bill Banks, David Hopcraft, Bob 
Atkinson. 



Swimming 



Season Record 

Opponent 
U. of Louisville 
De Pauw 
Wittenberg 
U. of Cincinnati 
Eastern 

U. of Tennessee 
Tennessee Tech :: ' 
Tennesseee A&I 



They 
66 
51 
S3 
6! 
61 



^"Canceled 



Soccer 



First row: Dave Broderick, Jerry Tauscher, Willard Ashworth, Fred Beige, 
Clayton Rivers, Newton Combs, David Hopcraft. Second row: Jack Hyun, 
Galen Stickley, Luis Concha, Fardad Beige, Shafeek Khaled, Chella David. 
Absent: Tuck Ng. 



Season Record 

Warren Wilson ..Lost 

U. of Louisville - ..Won 

U. of Louisville Won 

U. of Kentucky ..Won 

U. of Kentucky ...Won 

Fort Knox — Won 





First row: Bob Compton, Cordell Huff, Gene Wright, John 
Nixon, Davis Cox, Arvil Cr.isc. Scrontt row: Art Smith, 
Bob Porter, Ali Isani, Bill Scheicrn, Bob Atkinson, Blaine 
Adkins. Third row: Heber Dunawav, John Franklin, 



Charlie Ramsey, Sam Hawkins, Carl Boatwright, Ben Pipes 
Don Miller. Fourth row: "Mute" Varney, Milos Roberts. 
Ger.ild Daniels, Dan H.ince, Jack Allen. 



B" Club 



The purpose of the "B" Club is to: uphold the practices of 
clean sportsmanship; create interest and encourage participation in 
athletics; and practice the highest ideals of competition in athletics 
at Berca College. 



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The intramural program is so arranged that every man can participate regard- 
less of ability or skill. The program is a broad one which is based on ten different 
sports: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Cross-country, Track, Tennis, Horse shoes, 
Swimming, Ping-pong, Handball. 



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W.A.A. — First row: Katlia Reagan, Elizabeth Haynes, Louise 
Looper, Eva Hardin. Second row: Rose Marie Kimball, 
Peggy Childs, Jackie Hensley, Mary Lou Crigger, Edna 
Earnhart, Norma Dishner. Third row: Willene Warren, Liz 
Marlowe, Sylvia Barnett, Marie Carter, Pat Mullins, Polly 
Hunt, Ruby Roten, Si Longmire. 



WAA 



The purpose of the WAA is to promote in- 
terest and participation in the varied activities of 
the organization and to encourage sportsmanship 
conduct and good fellowship. 



Left: Off to the golf course. 



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Above: A Champion Team! 



Fall 
Sports 



Right: Let's get the game started. 




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Winter 
Sports 



Above: Spike it. Ruby! 




Volleyball Champs — Anna Smith. First row: Sue 
Bowlin, Marianna Smith, Karen Adams, Thelma Miller. 
Second row. Mable Lewis, Norma Dishner, Ruby Rotcn, 
Alice Glazier. 



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KIAC 

Tourney 



In the 1959 KIAC Basketball Tourna- 
ment, held at Berea, was played some of the 
most exciting basketball ever seen on this 
campus. Fired-up by a remark by Transyl- 
vania that this game would be a "light 
scrimmage," the Mountaineers upset the 
Lexington team, 72-5 3. 

Then came Georgetown. The Mountain- 
eers were defeated by the score of 73-60, 
and Georgetown went on to win the tourna- 
ment by defeating Pikeville. 




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The New Rhythmic Gymnastics integrate the 
natural movements of play, the rhythmic qualities 
of the dance, and physical qualities of strength 
and coordination with an aesthetic grace. All of 
these were exhibited bv the Finns as a part of the 
William J. Hutchins Lectureship. 




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Final exams . . . 




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May 
Court 

Shelby Alderman 
Gail Bevins 
Sally Blakey 



Cathy Brooks 
Iris Cole 
Jan Cornette 



Polly Dowell 
Linda Houston 
Carolvn Price 



Pat Pruitt 
Shelby Sawye 
Lois Todd 



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Student Industries 




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Something for everyone 
Inside or out 
Making or selling 
Morning or night 
Take your choice — 
Only one requirement 
10 HOURS 




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Not a milk truck — but as essential! 



Hundreds of quarts are bottled each day 



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Berea College Hospital 



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From start to finish — Printing Office to 
Post Office. 



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Creation in Needlecraft, Pottery Lab and 

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Foundation 
Deans 




Roy Walters 

Dean of the Foundation School 



Charles Drake 

Dean of Foundation Men 



Joanne Nicholson 

Dean of Foundation Women 







Foundation 
Faculty 




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P. F. Aver 
Florence Brooks 
Curtis Cox 
James Grossman 
Mrs. J. King 



Warren Lambert 
Dorothy Landrum 



Barbara Leach 
Nina Marable 
Gladys McCray 
Gladys Parrish 



Louise Parsons 
Ann Pugsley 



Doris Rivers 
Patricia Wilson 



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Senior Class 
Officers 



Shirell Hall, Social Committee; Joe Swafford, Secretary; 
Carol Gunkler, Social Chairman; Charles Fiske, President; 
Douglas Shackelford, Treasurer. 



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Foundation 
Seniors 



Brenda Gail Adams 
Undecided 
Salyersville, Kentucky 



Sallie Lou Allen 
Home Economics 
Willard, Kentucky 



Darrell Cranston Baker "Cranston' 
Labor Leader 
Berea, Kentucky 



Ora Dewey Baker "Buck" 

Electrical Engineer 
Hyden, Kentucky 



Shirley Ann Baker "Shirl" 

Secretary 

Hyden, Kentucky 



Georgia Isabel Bishop, "Sunshine" 

Undecided 

Manchester, Kentucky 



Jean Bond 

Undecided 

Gray Hawk, Kentucky 



Ernest Clyde Bourne, Jr. "Ernie" 

Surgeon 

Princeton, West Virginia 



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Foundation 
Seniors 



Betty Ann Brown "Banney" 

Secretary 

Morchead, Kentucky 



Virginia Buchanan "Jenny Buck" 

Secretary 

Kingsport, Tennessee 



Ronald Campbell 
Undecided 
Bentenville, Virginia 



Geneda Carrell 
Undecided 
Berea, Kentucky 



John William Carpenter "Billy" 

Undecided 

Middlesboro, Kentucky 



Martha Chaney "Marty" 

College 

Irvine, Kentucky 



Dale Clemons "Mahue" 

Engineer 

McKee, Kentucky 



Laura Julia Clifton "Judy" 

Secretary 

Prestonsburg, Kentucky 



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Foundation 
Seniors 



Paul Christian 
Undecided 
Harlan, Kentucky 



Sherrill Franklin Coker "Reb-" 
Medical Doctor 
Heiskell, Tennessee 



Carl Gene Cunnagin 

Lawyer 

McKee, Kentucky 



Donald Michael Dodds 

Undecided 

Portsmouth, Ohio. 



Geraloine Dykes 
Undecided 
Somerset, Kentucky 



Charles Noel Fiske "Chasnoah" 
Civil Engineer 
Berea, Kentucky 



John Fleming 
Undecided 
Ashland, Kentucky 



Eglenna Mae Foster 

Nurse 

Salem, Virginia 



163 



Foundation 
Seniors 



Harold D. Franks 

Surgeon 

Alva, Kentucky 



Carol Ann Gunkler "Caroline" 

Undecided 

Berea, Kentucky 



Shirell H. Hall "Sug 

Engineer 

W'ayland, Kentucky 



Joanne Hale 'Jody" 
Elementary Teacher 
Dayton, Ohio 



James Lee Hodge "Jimmy" 
Plane Dispatcher 
Charleston, West Virginia 



Denver Holland "Bubble 

Undecided 

Hyden, Kentucky 



Vena Margaret Holliday "Shortie" 

Business 

Hazard, Kentucky 



Jane Rankin Huff 

Nurse 

Berea, Kentucky 



164 





Foundation 
Seniors 



Leonard Hughes 
Undecided 
Greenwood, Kentucky 



Jerry Wayne Ison 
Chemical Engineer 
Leather wood, Kentucky 



Lucy Jones 

Actress 

Smith ville, Tennessee 



John Craig Kenney 'Skip" 
Athletic Coach 
Rochelle, Illinois 



Carolyn King 
Undecided 
Sterns, Kentucky 



Hazel Lawless "Jackie" 

Undecided 

Bcrea, Kentucky 



Ruby Lee McCall "Rubie" 

Nurse 

Balsam Grove, North Carolina 



Wilma Jean Mitchell 

Undecided 

Spring City, Tennessee 



165 



Foundation 
Seniors 



Peggy J. Parke "Peg" 

Undecided 
Berea, Kentucky 



Martha Anne Patton "Marty" 
Home Economics 
Salyersville, Kentucky 



James J. Ponder 
Undecided 
Liberty, Kentucky 



Baxter L. Presnell "Bud" 
Teach Industrial Arts 
Banner Elk, North Carolina 



Glenna Jane Sandige "Janie" 

Nurse 

Gauley Bridge, West Virginia 



Douglas Shackelford "Shack" 

Undecided 

Closplint, Kentucky 



Ima Jean Shepherd "Jeanie" 

Undecided 

Berea, Kentucky 



Phyllis Ann Shepherd "Phil" 
Elementary Teacher 
Berea, Kentucky 



166 





Foundation 
Seniors 



Durand Shivers 
Undecided 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Randall Storm "Randy" 

Aviation 

Keary, Kentucky 



Joe Swaeford "Swaff" 

Undecided 

Harlan, Kentucky 



Norma Jean Taylor "Iceberg 

Beautician 

London, Kentucky 



Barbara Wade 
Undecided 
Dunneville, Kentucky 



Phyllis Wagers "Philco" 

Nurse 

Manchester, Kentucky 



Thelma Jean Walls 

Nurse 

Liberty, Kentucky 



Patricia Ann Watson "Pat" 

Undecided 

Salyersville, Kentucky 



167 



Foundation 
Seniors 



Marvin Walker Williamson 

Undecided 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



Herman Williams 

Undecided 

Daisy, Kentucky 



Gary Wherle "Whir 

Undecided 

Berea, Kentucky 




Mid-term Seniors — Left to right: Henry Snodgrass (marshal), Nancy Jo Butt 
(marshal), Seniors — Shirley Baker, Dewey Baker, Pearlie Farley Thacker, Ima Jean 
Shepherd, Herman Williams, Barbara Wade. 




Juniors 



Louetta Adams 
Virginia Allen 
Millie Back 
Wanda Bailey 
Virginia Bandy 
Jean Bargo 



Sara Jane Begley 
Nellie Bickford 
Aubrey Bowie 
Ruth Bray 
Jo Butt 
Vj/ilma Campbell 



Frances Cornett 
Janet Crawford 
Bill Dotson 
Jean Fisk 
Nancy Grillo 
Helen Hays 



Steve Hays 
Steve Hensley 
Joe Hodges 
Nancy Hooker 
Helen Hovey 
Gene Howard 



Donna Jones 
Beverly Lear 
Phillip Lemaster 
Libbie Mays 
Jan McCracken 
Sherlene McKenzie 



Bill Meadows 
Betty Myers 
Florene Napier 
Lucille Napier 
James Newton 
Janet Osborne 



Sammye Parke 
Ellen Presnell 
Margaret Pugsley 
David Raider 
George Roberts 
Jim Rivers 



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Juniors 



Clair Ross 
Barbara Severs 
Tommy Smith 
Lucy Sizemore 
Henry Snodgrass 



Charles Stark 
Rose Marie Taylor 
Gary Todd 
David Warren 
Kathy Whitaker 
Don White 




Junior Class Officers 



Jim Rivers, Social Chairman; George Roberts, Vice President; Steve Hensley, President. 




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Foundation 
Sophomores 



Class Officers — Jenny Colson, President; Charles Borders, 
Social Committee; Jimmy Hensley, Treasurer; Bonnie Walls, 
Social Committee; Richard Rivers, Social Committee; Helen 
Bibbee, Secretary; Julia Smith, Vice President. 




First row: Sam Cardullo, Wayne Dingus, Mary Jane Mullins, 
Merle Weeks, Veree Thompson, Melinda Gray, Dorothy 
Crumrine, Pat Gravely, Christine Hopkins, Cordelia Fields, 
Ralph Smith, Ronald Baker, Venus Hibbard, Sylvia Inman, 
Charles Click, Andrew Moses, George Givens. Second row. 
Julia Smith, Barbara Gunkler, Hariett Evans, Dona Hougen, 
Marilyn Kindel, Shirley Moore, John Grillo, Jimmy Hensley, 
Jenny Colson, Jim Purdon, Donald Baker, Ackley Smith, 
Ray Devault, Huie Yang, Don Eagle, Hugh Browning, 
Harold Wells, Charles Messer. Third rou : Robert Hampton, 
Joyce Myers, Betsey Wright, Maudie Roland, Helen Bibbee, 



Billy Hutchins, Jeraldine Hughes, Carrie Dalton, Margaret 
Wilson, Myrtle Davis, Opsie Hamblin, Wilma Burkhart, 
Ann Gabbard, Gilbert Lamb, Richard Smith, Elmer Cunni- 
gan. Reed Smith, Bradly Short, Jerry Stacey, Eugene Keith, 
Harvey Lamb, Robert Littrell, Jerry Kidd, Henry Rader, 
Nathan Robertson, Dorthy Newman, Dudley Hamblin, Joyce 
Madden, Darrell Put nan, Geneva Cox, Gypsie Gaddy, 
Jeanette Christian, Judy Roberts, Joe Morris, Jean Watts, 
Annie Baker, Tom Smith, Charles Borders, Michael Osolnik, 
Rickie Risers, John Grossman. 




171 




Freshman 
Officers 



Carl Evans, Colie Osborne, Lillian Doan, Penny Denson, Lee 
Keith, Noiris Washington. 



Foundation Freshmen 



First row: Jerry Ray, Harold McKinney, Eddie Smith, Sam 
Cardullo, Carl Evans, Lee Keith, Orville Sizemore, Ruby 
Caudill. Second rou: Mona Glisson, Sandy Bastin, Diane 
Giffin, Linda Wear, Billy Alexander, Jean Grossman, Alva- 
nell Elkin, Gracia Chin, Ann Hadley, Penny Denson, Sibbie 



Chapman, Rosa Sandlin. Third rou: Margaret Weeks, Willie 
Edwards, Mary Mays, Phyllis Ross, Lonny Napier, Boyd 
Ingram, Ralph Buckland, Elsie Bailey, Breck Robbins, Ada 
Hibbard, Helen Boggs, Norris Washington, Ray Petry, 
Lillian Doan. 




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Firs/ row^: James Vernon, Wanda Baker, Eddie Smith, 
Cowley Vernon, Quentin Howard, Lee Keith, Corbin Ham- 
mond, Earl Tipton, Thomas Stathis, James Scalos, Larry 
Johnson, Troy Fugate. Second row: Teaching Assistant 
Janice Abbott, Jean Combs, Phyllis Ross, Allen Lewis, Harold 
Wells, Dexter Stines, Louis Johnson, Homer Nantz, Ramona 

Ungraded Department 

First row: Instructor Mrs. Isdale, Mary Cox, Elizabeth 
Blair, Venus Hibbard, Hazel Lawless, Eglenna Foster, Carolyn 
Stephens, Cordelia Fields. Second row: Sylvia Inman, Opsie 
Hamblin, Virginia Bandy, Larry Landrum, James Purdon, 
Donald Eagle, John Fleming. 



Glisson, Mary Etta Jones, Rosa Sandlin, Jerry Smith, Otto 
Messer. Third row: Samuel Ross, Elmer Wells, James 
Trammel. Not pictured: Teacher Mrs. Dorothy Landrum, 
Teaching Assistant David Tennant, Odell Fields, Odevia 
Morrow, Wendill Reed, Anderson Smith, Kilburn Turner. 



Foundation 
Chorus 




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Lion 
Staff 



First row. Claire Ross, Phyllis Shepherd, Jerry Johnson, Jenny Colson, Thomas Coomer, 
Aubrey Bowie. Second row: Julie Smith, Helen Bibbee, Veree Thompson, Dona Hougan, 
Christine Hopkins, Beverley Lear, Hazel Lawless, Rosemarie Taylor, Bonnie Smith, 
Don Eagle. 



Business 
Club 



First row: Margaret Lester, Janice Bush, Elaine White, Lucille Napier, Betty Brown, 
Sara Begley, Ruth Bray, Bonnie Walls. Second row: Barbara Severs, Libbie Mays, Nancy 
Hooker, Millie Back, Louetta Adams, Brenda Adams, Coleen Back, Georgia Bishop, 
Virginia Buchanan, Brenda Randall, Jeraldine Hughes, Shirley Moore. Third row. 
Shirley Brown, Deana Randall, Jan McCracken, Martha Patton, Claire Ross, Janet 
Osborne, Jimmie Hensley, Christine Hopkins, Marilyn Kindel, Nancy Grillo, Julie 
Smith, Peggy Parke, Merlin Kindel, Nina Marable, Sponsor. Fourth row. Dewitt Van 
Arsdale, Doug Hazelwood, Steve Hensley, Betsey Wright, Carole Hackley, Helen Bibbee, 
Harold McKinney. 




Foundation 

Student 

Cabinet 



Georgia Bishop, Carrie Dalton, Jane 
Huff, John Carpenter, Herman Wil- 
liams, Merlin Kindel. 




First row: Myrtle Back, Shirley Moore, Wilma Campbell, Mary Cox. Second row: 
Vena Holliday, Julia Presnell, Coleen Back, Wanda Bailey, Joanne Hale, Dixie Dockery. 
Third row: Alease High, Martha Chaney, Merle Weeks, Venus Hibbard, Eula Causey, 
Phyllis Champ. 



Y-Teens 





First row: Manager Thomas Coomer, Harvey Lamb, Carl 
Evans, Jimmy Hodge, Jimmy Hensley, Dale demons, Joe 
Hodges, Coach Douglas Massey. Second row. Robert Littrell, 



Sherril Coker, Charles Fiske, Carl Cunnagin, Billy Mc- 
Millian, Jimmy Hensley. 



Foundation Basketball 



BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Irvine 


Dec. 


2 


Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Brodhead 


Dec. 


6 


Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Brodhead 


Dec. 


9 


Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Berea High 


Dec. 


12 


Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Buckeye 


Dec. 


16 


Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Paint Lick 


Jan. 


10 


Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Annville 


Jan. 


17 


Berea Foundation 


vs. 


Dunbar 


Jan. 


28 



Berea Foundation vs. Berea High 

Berea Foundation vs. Dunbar 

Berea Foundation vs. Buckhorn 

Berea Foundation vs. Paint Lick 

Berea Foundation vs. Irvine 

Berea Foundation vs. Crab Orchard 

Berea Foundation vs. McKee 

Berea Foundation vs. Oneida 



Jan. 


31 


Feb. 


3 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


14 


Feb. 


17 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


24 



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Foundation 
Cheerleaders 



Libbie Mays, Virginia Colson, Jean 
Fiske, Libbie Strong, Vena Holliday. 



Chimes 






Staff 




m 


Ernie Bourne, Carol Gunkler, Peggy 
Parke, Aubrey Bowie, Dean Walters, 
Sponsor. 


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First row. Marjorie Wightman, Deane Burdine, Alice Boley, 
Dr. Roscoe Buckland, Peggy Justice, Gladys Forbes, Willie 
Ann Dotson. Second row: Patsy Pruitt, Mary Stewart, 
Janet Wallace, Shirley Jarvis, Matt Benningfield, John Mid- 
kiff, Emogcne Hogg. Third row. Charles Wykle, Maurice 



Childs, Robert Atkinson, Walter Whitaker, Jr., Sara 
O'Kelley, Sue Bowlin, Dollie Dingus. Absent when picture 
was made: Bill Best, Cloyd Bumgardner, Jerry Case, Barbara 
Deaton, Betty Fairchild, Mable Lewis, Louise Newman, 
Carolyn Price, Bill Roberson, Ralph Robinson, Arthur Smith. 



Secondary Student Teaching 




Secondary student teachers do their on-campus 
teaching in the Foundation School and Berea High 
School. Off-campus student teaching is done in 
Rockcastle, Lincoln, and Pulaski Counties, and in 
the towns of Lexington and Stanford. Approxi- 
mately 3 5 supervising teachers work with our 
students in the off-campus locations. 

Students in Secondary Education hold their 
share of positions of leadership and honor while 
on the campus and upon graduation they assume 
roles of importance in their chosen fields. All who 
have elected to attend Graduate School have made 
excellent records. 

More and more superintendents of schools are 
saying, "Send us more Berea graduates." And so 
it is that this year the largest class of student 
teachers at Berea College is preparing to uphold 
the tradition. 



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U'low: The group observes the pictures of the Student Teachers who have preceded the 




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ART-CRAFTS 
ENGRAVING CO 



705 Sycamore Street 
Cincinnati 2, Ohio 



Best Wishes . 



THE MARIETTA 
PAINT & COLOR CO 



Division of 

AMERICAN-MARIETTA CO. 

Marietta, Ohio 



TODD-DONIGAN CO. 
INC. 



Steel and Mill Supplies 



Since 1881 



81 1 W. Main Street 

Phone JUniper 4-3161 

Louisville 2 Kentucky 



Compliments of 



ORKIN 




Call Lexington Collect 
2-2932 

Over 400 Offices Serving Coast 
to Coast 



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Compliments 
of 

PAPER PACKAGE CO 

Indianapolis, Indiana 



THE 

J. B. SCHRODER 

COMPANY 

Builder's Hardware 



1117 Vine Street 
Cincinnati 10, Ohio 




185 





McCORD & TODD 




EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS 


Excavati 


ng - Grading - Pond Bulldozing 


- Grubbing 




Blacktop Roads - Oil and Chi 


P 


Driveways 


and Subdivisions - Concrete Curb and Gutter 




Office Phone 797 






NIGHT CALLS: 




J. C. Todd A. Teater 


J. W. Risk 


603 


1502 


207 




Serving BEREA With 






Wholesale Fruits And Vegeta 


bles 




PETE MARINO 






Distributor 




Irvine Street 




Richmond, Kentucky 



186 




187 




188 



GEORGE BRAKMEIER & SON 


1 12 South Fourth Street 
Louisville 2 Kentucky 


Bronze Memorial Tablets And Signs - Rubber Stamps 


Steel Stamping and Embossing Dies - Convention Badges 


Stencils - Metal And Plastic Name Plates And Tags 


"Best Wishes from 


DIXIE WAX PAPER COMPANY 


to Berea College and the Class of 1959" 


Makers of fine bedding 




Since 1915 


LACQUER SPECIALTIES 


INSTITUTIONS our specialty 






INC. 


SOUTHERN BEDDING 




COMPANY INC. 


249 Avenue P 


SLEEPY-HEAD HOUSE 




(retail division) 


Newark 5, N. J. 



189 



Compliments 
of 

T. A. FOLEY LUMBER 
COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers 

High grade band sawed Indiana 
Hardwoods, Ash, Plain and Quar- 
tered Oak and Walnut. 



Paris 



Illinois 





THE 

JOHNSON ELECTRIC 

SUPPLY CO. 

317-323 Sycamore St. 
Cincinnati 2, Ohio 



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FULTON FISH MARKET INC 

Fish - Oysters - Sea Foods 

104 West Jefferson Street 
LOUISVILLE 2, KENTUCKY 










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LEHMAN-ROBERTS COMPANY 

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 

Manufacturers and Suppliers 

of 

ASPHALT PAVING MATERIALS 



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IE LAW & JAKE WADE 
TAYLOR R WIDMARK 

IEWS CARTOONS 



J gWS CART OOHc: 




Berea 
Theatre 



Gilbert's 
Restaurant 




Compliments of 



The 1959 



CHIMES Staff 



192 



With Best Wishes for Your Future 



Success, Good Health And Happiness. 



EDWARD KAHN 



NIC NAC FOODS 

Incorporated 



Lexington, Kentucky 




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PROTECT YOUR HEALTH 




Use: Lee Clay Well Lining 




Septic Tanks 
Grease Traps 


FRANKFORD 


Sewer Pipe and 




Drain Tile. 






UMBRELLA MFG. CO. 


"See Your Local Building Material Dealer" 




LEE CLAY PRODUCTS 




COMPANY INC. 




Clearfield, Rowan County, Kentucky 




PAYNE and COMPANY 


Best Wishes 




to the 


Upholstery - Drapery 


CLASS OF '59 


Slipcover 




Fabrics and Workroom Supplies 


DANCE 




FREIGHT LINES, INC. 


3500 Kettering Blvd. 




Dayton, Ohio 


Home Office Lexington, Kentucky 



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Headquarters for all your 
Weaving Needs 


CUSHMAN 




LUMBER COMPANY 


Looms & Equipment - Linen - Wool 




Cotton Yarns for Warp and Weft 




Distributor of Leclerc Looms 


P.O. Box 2215 
Cincinnati 1, Ohio 


Sample Book and Catalog available for 
One Dollar which is rebated on your first 
order of $10.00 or more. 


Phones: 
PArkway 1-7058 WAbash 1-7909 


Golden Rule Products Div. 




HUGHES FAWCETT 
INC. 


White Pines - Mahogany 


P.O. Box 276 


Kiln Dried Hardwoods 


Dunellen New Jersey 




Packings 




THE 




MODERN PACKING 




COMPANY 


LANCE, INC. 


Cincinnati, Ohio 




Gaskets 





195 



Compliments 
of 

WM. GLENNY GLASS COMPANY 

"Comprehensive Service in Glass" 

10-16 W. Commerce Street Cincinnati, Ohio 




THE 

MIAMI MARGARINE 

COMPANY 

1722 Vine Street 
Cincinnati 17, Ohio 




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OUR SINCERE THANK YOU 

TO BEREA COLLEGE AND TO THE CHIMES STAFF 

FOR YOUR PATRONAGE. 

WE HAVE TRULY ENJOYED OUR PART 

IN MAKING THE 1958 CHIMES 

AN AUTHENTIC RECORD 

OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SOCIAL PROGRESS. 



M A T T S N 
STUDIO 

Short Street 
Berea, Kentucky 



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INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

To Meet Your Every Need 

Wilson Industrial Supplies, Inc. 
maintains the largest stock of 
such supplies and equipment 
east of Louisville — 

We'll have whatever you need- 
When you want it! 

The parking and loading facili- 
ties at our new building offer 
real convenience and increased 
business proves it. 

Wilson Industrial Supplies Inc. 




550 We9t Fourth Lexington, Ky. 



Phone 3-1450 



Established 1902 



BOOKER & KINNAIRD 



INSURANCE 



Telephone JUniper 5-4131 



Louisville 



Kentucky 



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When we hopefully hammered out our first silver dogwood pin a 
quarter of a century ago, we sorely needed friends with a true appreciation 
of our hand-made jewelry. 

During these twenty-five years we have been fortunate in finding 
many, but none have ever surpassed the people at Berea. Possibly it is 
because of the college's own long tradition of discovering and encourag- 
ing only the best and most representative handicrafts of the Southern 
Highlands. Whatever the reason, Berea has been outstandingly good to us. 
All the folks at the Stuart Nye Shop are warmly grateful. 



STUART NYE SILVER SHOP 



940 Tunnel Road 



Asheville 



North Carolina 



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THE MENGEL COMPANY 
CORRUGATED BOX DIVISION 

With present factories at: 
LOUISVILLE, KY. FULTON, N. Y. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. NASHVILLE, TENN. 

NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. MEMPHIS, TENN. 

LEXINGTON, KY. KNOXVILLE, TENN. 




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Self Service - Delivery Service 

Phones 21 and 191 
Main Street Berea 



Best Wishes 

to 

The Graduating Class 

RIVERS 
SHOE SHOP 

Short Street 
Berea, Kentucky 



Compliments 
of 

YOUNG'S STORE 

Berea, Kentucky 



202 




EPLEE'S MOTEL 



A Motel of distinction overlooking 
the Cumberland Mountains. 



Berea, Kentucky 
On Highway U.S. 25, and Ky. 21 



BARKER'S 
CLOTHING CENTER 

For Men 

Newly remodeled for 
better service. 

Berea, Kentucky 



203 



Compliments 
of 



SIMON ADES SONS 
COMPANY, INC. 

"Distributors of Berkshire and 
Hanes Hose" 

Louisville, Kentucky 



Everyone enjoys 

GORDON'S 

"Magic Pak" 
POTATO CHIPS 




McKINNEY-NEWMAN 
COMPANY 

wholesale distributors for 

Electrical Supplies - Apparatus 
Appliances 

Lexington 21, Kentucky 



Compliments 
of 



BEREA 



COLLEGE 



BAKERY 



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FORTUNET 


Compliments 




of 


SHOE COMPANY 






STANDARD OIL 


Division of General Shoe Corp. 






R. L. POWELL 


Nashville, Tennessee 


Distributor 


Compliments 
of 


Compliments 
of 


THE 


EDRICO'S 


CUDAHY PACKING 




COMPANY 






Pizza Pie 


Harrodsburg, Kentucky 


Italian Spaghetti 

Ravioli 



205 




You get the finest at WADSWORTH 
APPAREL SHOP in Berea 



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Compliments 
of 


Subscribe To 


THE 


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CARLTON 




RESTAURANT 






The Official Publication of the 


Delicious Hamburgers 
Good Coffee 


Berea College Student Associa- 
tion. 


Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 


ALLEN'S FLOWERS 






BAKER 


Flowers For Every Occasion 


BUICK SALES 



208 



"WE ARE PLEASED YOU HAVE SHOWN YOUR CON- 
FIDENCE IN US THROUGH YOUR CHOICE OF THE 
BALDWIN-BUILT INSTRUMENTS." 




The Baldwin Concert Grand, Phelps-Stokes Chapel, The Model 
10 Baldwin Electronic Organ, Wilderness Rd. Amphi-theatre; 
the Four Baldwin Grands used by the Music Faculty; The 
Baldwin 5'8" Grand in the home of Mr. John Chrisman; The 
5'2" Grand in Boone Tavern; The two Model 5 Baldwin Elec- 
tronic Organs and the Thirty Hamilton Studio Uprights in the 
Music Department. We hope we may serve you in the future. 



THE BALDWIN 
PIANO COMPANY 



415 Race St. 
Cincinnati 



PA 1-7800 
2, Ohio 



Compliments of 



BEREA DRY CLEANERS 

Short Street 
E. L. EDWARDS, Owner-Manager 



Home of that Good Dry Cleaning and Courteous 
Service 



For heating, cooling, ventilating . . . 
For any air condition, turn to 

T R A N E 

The Trane Company LaCrosse, Wis. 

Scranton Mfg. Div. Scranton, Pa. 

Clarksville Mfg. Div. Clarksville, Tenn. 

Trane Company of Canada, Ltd Toronto 

In Louisville, 327 Fincastle Building, Phone JUniper 2-251 1 
97 U.S. and 19 Canadian Offices 




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The Chimes Staff 1959 



Assistants: Jackie Blair, Faye Adams, John Sturgill, Carol Burr, Judy Adams, Dana 
Dezarne, Beverley Taylor, Yvonne Blakely, Uneva Blakely, Penny Nichols, Barbara 
Baker, Shirley Unthank, Ray Shaw, Chase Dickson, Royce Bailey, Linda Houston, Ray 
Dash, Bob Batie, B. C. McConnell, Raymond Morris, Dan Hall, Shelby Alderman, Ted 
Whitson, Troy Watson, Lou Warner, Shelby Sawyer, Clyde Hopkins, Richard Kitts, 
Peg McConnell, Shirley Jarvis, Carolyn Price, Deane Burdine, Martha Cornett, Frank 
Gentry. 

Cover Design: Dolly Dingus. 

Picture Credits: All of the organizations and most of the activities' pictures were 
shot and developed by the Chimes staff photographers, Sam Hawkins, Ron Reed, and 
Dave Alexander. The faculty pictures, the class pictures for the College, and the 
Foundation School junior and senior class pictures were taken by Mattson Studio, 
Berea, Kentucky. 

We are grateful to Tom Snapp and his Pinnacle staff for their photographs. 
And we wish to thank Mr. Bob Connor for his pictures. Cheers also to Dean Roy 
Walters for his cooperation, as well as the Foundation School pictures. 

And we give our heartiest thanks to everyone who lent a helping hand. 

Production Advisor: Mr. Bob Walter, S. B. Newman Printing Company, Knoxville, 
Tennessee. 



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Editorial Board 

Editor-in-Chief Jan Cornette 

Associate Editor Ralph Hartsog 

Business Manager Bob Cabe 

Classes Editor Don Forester 

Organizations Editor Evelyn Ritchie 

Art Editor Dolly Dingus 

Advertising Manager Pat Pruitt 



Circulation Co-Managers Earl Lawson 

Lois Todd 

Men's Sports Editor Dan Hall 

Women's Sports Editor Bobbie Forbes 

Photographers Sam Hawkins 

Ron Reed 

Dave Alexander 

Foundation Editor ._ Carole Gunkler 

Adviser Dr. Kenneth Thompson 



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Index 



Abbott, Elclon Kay — I — 29 

ABBOTT, JANICE MARIE— IV— 30: 

86 
Abbott, Kenneth Juan — III — 7 
Abboud, Naji — Special — 12: 91 
Abernathy, Helen Elizabeth — II — 26 
Adams, Ella Fa; e— III— 1 26 : SS, 95 
Adams, Frances Louise — III-— 129: 95 
Adams, Judy Ann — I — 31: SO, 8! 
Adams, Patty Jean — II — 154 
ADAMS, STEVA KAREN— IV— 79: 
13 8. YWCA, WAA, FTA, SNEA. 
Adkins, Blaine Daniel —III— 127: 88, 

13 1. 13 3 
Adkins, Robert Sherrard— I— 153: 129 
Agee, Shirley Carol — 1—34: 94 
AICH, NORMAN CURTIS— IV— 3 3 
Berea Players 1; Harmonia 1, 2, 3; 
Opera Workshop 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Al.ivi. Manuchehr — III— 5 5: 90, 93, 

98 
ALDERMAN, SHELBY JEAN— IV— 
107: S4, Chapel Choir. 
Alexander, David Franklin— II — 3: 211 
Alexander, Helen Lee — 1 — 52 
Alford, Shirley Fayc— II— 15 1 
Allen. Gcraldinc — 1—103 
ALLEN, JACK ALGON— IV— 2: 130, 

133 
Allen, Jean Carolyn — 11—57: 86, 90 
Almarode, Thomas Randal — I — 6 
Alsip, Norma Darlene — II — 5 8 
An, Nack Young — II — 60 
Anderson, James Douglas — II — 105 
Ando, Emiko — III— 12S 
ANDO, KYOKO— IV— 9: 84, 8 6. SS, 
93, 97. Harmonia Society 3; Fellow- 
ship of Reconciliation; Guernica So- 
ciety; SNEA; Cosmopolitan Club 3. 
ANGEL, LIZZIE FAY— IV— SI 
Anglin, Alma Jean — I — S2 
Arnett, Constance — II — 132 
Arnctt, William Glcason — 1 — 1 
Asbury, Mary Alice — 155 
Asher, Bobbie Jean — 1 — 101 
Aslicr, Wanda — I — 102 
Ashley, Glenna Ruth — II — 156: 8 1 
Ashworth, Willard, |r. — II — 13 1: 132 
ATKINSON. ROBERT PAUL— IV— 
5: 129, 131, 132, 133. Varsity Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, +; 
"B" Club; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; 
Psych. Club; WUS; SNEA; YMCA. 
Atkinson, Ronnie Coons — II — 157 
AUSMUS, DELNO DALLAS— IV— 

176 
Austin, Catherine — I — 106 
Austin, Fred Claibourne — II — 15 8: 84 
Austin, Kate — I — 108 
Ayers, Horace William — III — 159 
Azar, Joseph — Special — 177 
Az.bill, Joe Chapin — III — 4: 85 

BABER, LARRY GENE— IV— 334: 
13 1. Chcm. Club 2, 3; Geol. Club 3, 
4, 5; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 
3, 4; Psych. Club 1; Berea Players 1, 
2, 3. 

Babcr, Patricia Whiting — I — 37 
Bach, Bonnie Esther — I — 61 



111: 



91, 



Back, Charles Douglas — 1—15 
Back, Roger Vcrden — I — 17 
Back, Sandra Ann — I — 63 
Baharestan, Khosh-hal, Ahmad — I 

114 
Bailey, Royce Humphries — III 

91 
BAIRD, PHOEBE SUE— IV- 
SNEA; YWCA. 
Baker, Barbara Jean — III — 1 

96 
Baker, Donna Deane— I— 409: 92 
Baker, Norma Jean— III— 480 : 86, 93 
Baker, Patricia Lee— III— 172: 91 
Baldwin, Lcon.l— II — 49 
BALL, CLARA MAE— IV— 26S: 95. 
Home Ec. Club 3, 4, V. Pies. 4; WAA 
3; Ag-Homc Ec. Club 3, 4; BSU 3, 4. 
Ball, Kathryn Lucille— I— 1 40 
Ball, Mary Jean— I— 141: 9 5 
Ballard, Susan Ann— I— 14S 
Ballard, William Robert— III— I 74 
Ballew, Mary Ellen— I— 150 
Banks, Billv Ray— II— 23: 132 
Barker, Deanna Scharla— II— 1 1 7: S5 
Barker, Linda lane — I — 162 
Barksdale, Eloise Ann— HI— 1 90 : 91 
BARLOWE, LAWRENCE HARLFN 
—IV— 25: 91. Bus. & Econ. Club 3, 
4; BSU 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Flouse Council 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BARNES, ADELINE SUE— IV— 4S6: 
93. Span. Club 1; House Council 1; 
fr. Coun. 2; Union Church Choir 2; 
SNEA 3. 

Barnes, Ha/el Joyce— II— 1 6 5 : 93, 45 
Barnes, James Douglas — I — 12 
Barnes, Yclma Lois — II — 71 
Barnett, Ayery Franklin — I — SS 
Barnett, Sylvia Sue— III— 119: 95, 136 
Barnwell, Margaret Alice— II— 143 
Barrier, Omer Jack, Jr. — I — 24: 13 1 
Bartram, Dorothy Ann — I — 163 
Batcman, Katherinc Roberta — 144: 92 
Bates, Billie Jo — 1—173: 85 
Batie, Bobby Neal — 11—195: 



91, 



96 



Batson, William Edward — III— 196 
Bays, Stanley Jackson — II — 100, 80 
Bays. Wanda (Mrs. Stanley )— III— 

100: 91 
Beer, Lois Ruth— II — 145 
Begley, Leo — 1—14 
Beigi, Faramarz. Esmail— I — 186: 90, 

98, 132 
Beigi, Farhad Esmail — III — 161: 90, 

132 
BEIJAN, FERESHTEH— IV— 3 74 
Belcher, Darrell Cecil— I— 110 
Bennett, Robert Bruce — II — 147: 131, 

132 
Benning, Otis Costcllo — 1 — 8 5 
BENNINGFIELD, MATT— IV— 42: 
88. Ag. Union 1, 2; Country Dancers 
2; Med. Sci. Club 2, 3; Sigma Pi Sigma 
4; German Newspaper Staff 4. 
Berry, John Henry, Jr. — I — 67 
Berry, Stacia Ann (Mrs. Berry) — It — 

2012 
BEST, BILLY FAY— IV— 64: 85, 132. 



Country Dancers 2, 3, 4, 5; Swimming 
Team 3, 4, 5. 

BEV1NS, MARY JANE— IV— 109: 
80, SI, S4, 95. Chapel Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; Harmonia Society 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; All-School 
Soc. Chairman 4; Women's Council 4; 
Senator 4. 

BEV1NS, NAOMI GAIL— IV— 41: 
84, 9 5. Chapel Choir; Harmonia So- 
ciety; Home Ec. Club; Home Ec- 
Agr. Club; Class Secy. 4; Oratorio 
Choir. 

Biddix, Cora Dawn— II— 12 5: 97 
Bingham, Myrtle Joyce — III — 415: 86 
BISHOP, LORETTA AILEEN— IV— 

171 
Blair, Jackie Hammond— 11— 220: 95 
Blair, Jacquelyn— III— 219: 81, 85, 

95 
Blair, lames Palmer— III— 227 
Blair. Jean Eloise— I— 1 3 5 
Blair, Martha Ellen (Mrs. James)— II 

— 227: 90 
Blakclv. Carol Yvonne— II— 142: S6 
Blakelv, Uneva clan— III— 223 : 124 
BLAKEY, EULELA LYONS— IV— 
217: 93. Cosmopolitan Club 1; Span. 
Club 1, 2; Twenty Writers 3, 4; Har- 
monia 1, 3, 4; Oratorio 2. 
Blakcy, George Thomas, Jr.— II— 164: 

8 5, 93 
BLAKEY, SALLY GEORGE— IV— 91 
Oratorio Choir 2; Harmonia 3, 4; 
French Club 2; PAF 3; History Club 
5, 4; House Council 2, 3, 4; Berea 
Players 4. 
BLALOCK, DANIEL PINKNEY— IV 

—221: 91 
Blankcnship, Patricia Irene — II — 263 
Bledsoe, Mvra Geraldine — 1—185 
BLEVINS, CHARLES LAWTON— IV 

— 228: 91 
Blevins, Joan Carol— I — 210: 8 6 
Blondell, George LaRue— II— 166: 84, 

98 
Boatright, Carl Hughes — III— 50: 131, 

133 
Bobbitt, David Bruce — I — 192: 80, 90 
BOLEY, ANNA ALICE— IV— 22 5 : 
SO, 91. Harmonia Society; YWCA; 
Cosmopolitan Club; Econ. & Bus. Club; 
SNEA; Senate, Executive Council. 
Bond, Donald Virgil — I — 22 
Boone, Cora Lee^I— 193 
Bowers, Margaret Verna — I — 211 
BOWLIN, PEGGY SUE— IV— 124: 
86, 93, 13 8. SNEA; Hist. & Pol. Sci. 
Club; YWCA; WAA; Harmonia. 
Bowling, Gary Lewis — II — 43: 92 
Bowling, Loren — 1—95: 125, 129 
Bowyer, Charles Lester — II — 167 
BOYD, JOSHUA RIEFF, JR.— IV— 
36: 92. Orchestra; German News- 
paper Staff; German Club; Span. Club; 
Delta Phi Alpha; Intramurals. 
Boyd, Margaret Ethel — II — 169: 80, 

94 
Boyd, Shirley Ann (Mrs. Joshua) — 

III— 3 6 



212 



I ii clew 



Brackctt, Tommy Ray— III— 25 5 
Bradley, Annisc Jean— III — 578 
Bradlcv, Frank — II — 1SS 
Bradley. John Davis— I— 138 
BRA NAM. HAROLD FRANK— IV— 
45: 93. Berea Players 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 
V. Pres. 3, Pros. 4; Pinnacle 1. 2, 5, 4. 
5, Co-Editor 4; Twenty Writers 2, 3. 
4, 5; Junior Counselor 2, 3. 
Branham, Orvillc Mallov— I— 2 12 
Bray. Clarence Denver— III— 370 
Bray, Kenneth Ray — I — 197: 152 
Breeding, Ransomc Harling — II — 19S 
Brewer.' Charles Edward— 'ill— 22(. 
Brewer. Ken-nit Henry — III — 6 5 
Brewer. Richard Johnson — I — 216: S4 
Brigmon, Hilda Janet — II — 214 
Briss. Elmer Anthony — 1 — 218 
Brock. Barbara [eanctte — I — 264 
BRODRICK. DAVID MF.ADE— IV— 
29S: 85, 91, 9?, 152. Intramurals; 
YMCA; SXEA; Business and Econ. 
Club; Country Dancers. 



Brodrick, 

SO, 91 
BROOKS 
— 267: 9 
Players ; 
Chairman 



Joseph 



h Franklin— III- 



MARY CATHERINE— IV 
Harmonia Society 1; Berea 
3, 4: Class Social Co- 
2; Home Ec. Club 3, 4, 
Home Ec.-Ag. Society 3. 4. 
BROOKS, ROGER RAY— IV— 229 
BROOKS, WILLIAM PAUL— IV— 
230: 93. Veterans Club; SXEA. 
Brookshirc, James Howard — I — 233 
Brown, Billy Clarence — I — 300: 125. 

129 
Brown. Charles Hunter— I— 224 
Brown. Patsy — III — 269 
Brown, Ruby Kathleen— II— 1 1 
Brown, Stephen Eugene — I — 302 
Brown. Vascue O'Xeil — II — 305 
Browning, Lloyd Marion — III — 92: 80. 

90 
BROWNING, WILNA HONORA— 
IV— 70: 93. Berea Players; YW'CA; 
BSU; German Club; SXEA. 
BRYAN, RHODA JEAN— IV— 299: 

SS 
Buchanan, Harry Glenn — III 14 3: 

90, 9S 
Buchanan, James Floyd — I — 3 37 
Buck, George Shannon — III — 301 
Buckland. Dorothy W'ciklc— II — 2006 
Bull", Dorothy Louise — I — 3 40: 91 
BUMGARDNER, CLOYD OTTIS— 
IV — 270: 93. French Club 2, 3; Medi- 
cal Scince Club 2; SNEA 4; Sigma Pi 
Sigma Chapter Associate 4. 
Bundy, Elmer Gene — I — 112 
Burchctt, Betty Jean — I — 373: 94 
Burd, Patricia Ann — III — 481 
BURDINE. OLGA GERALDEAN— 
IV — 304: 93. History and Political 
Science Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; German 
Club 3, 4; PAF; SXEA: Harmonia 1. 
3, 4; Berea Players 3, 4. Membership 
Co-Chairman 4; Pi Gamma Mil 3. 4; 
Debate Club 4; BSU I. 2, 3. 4; WAA 
1. 2; Chimes Staff 3. 4. 
Burgin. Ethel Virginia — II IS 5 



BURGIN, RUTH WILSON (Mrs. 
Frederick)— IV— 446. YW'CA 4; Psy- 
chology Club 3. 4. V. Pres. 4; Pi 
Gamma Mu 3, 4; Psi Chi 3; Sociology 
Club V. Pres.. Program Chairman 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 

Burleson, Carolyn Hope— I— 136 
BURLESOX, LELA JOSEPH1XE— IV 
339. Berea Players 3; House Council 
2; SNEA 4. 

Bums, Kenneth Ray— II — 86 
Burns, Robert Dane — I— 47S 
Burr, Anthony Lowell— I— 444 
Burr, Carol Eugenia — III— 4S2 

Burton. Chester Graham — I 147 

Burton, Doris Ann — II— 1S7 

Burton. Ruth Ann— II— US: 86. 87. 

SS, 90 
Byrd. Carl Bethel, |r.— I— 479 
Byrd, Karen Ann — II — 266 
Byrd, Keith Harold— II— 262 
Byrd. Margaret Milinda— I— 4S4: 81, 

91 
BYRD. MARY EVELYN— IV— 3 8 : 
92. 94. 96. French Club 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 
2, 4; PAF 2, 4; History and Political 
Science Club 3, 4; Young Democrats 
Club 1. 2. 3 4: Psychology Club 1, 4; 
Berea Players 1. 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma 
Mu 3, 4. 
Byrd. Willard Charles— II— 442 

Cabbage, Susan Bceler — I — 2 72 
CABf". ROBERT EDWARD— IV— 
241: 211. Phi Gamma Mu 3. 4; Busi- 
ness Manager Chimes 4; Pinnacle Staff 
2. 3; YMCA 3; Berea Players 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2. 5, 4; Young Democrats 
Club 4; Business Club 2. 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 1. 2; Wrestling Team 1. 
CAGLE, SHIRLEY JEAN— IV— 245: 
94. French Club !; Psychology Club 
4; Agricultural Union 4; Pi Gamma 
Mu 4. 

Caldwell, Alice Jo— II— 271 
Calfee. Gloria Ann — III— 273: 84 
Calhoun, Edward Carroll — II — 237 
Calvert, Merle Joan — I — 291: 93 
Campbell, Betty Lou— III — 232 
Campbell. Darrel— I— 252 
Campbell, Edna Earle — 1—43 7: 8 9 
Campbell, Gene Haywood — II — 246 
Campbell, James Lester — I — 507 
Campbell, Zane Edward — I — 242 
Cantrcll, Oryille. ),-.— I— 243 
Cantrell, Wallace. Ir.— I— 248 
Carharc, Mary Lou — III— 493: 84 
Carr, John Raymond— I — 2 54 
Carringcr, Jimmy Luther — I — 25 6 
Carroli. Billy Joe — III — 34S: 31 
CARROLL, MARVIN EUGEXE— IV 
— 520. Agricultural Union 1, 2. 5, 4. 
Carroll, Patricia Ann — II — 2S9 
Carter, Edna Marie — III— 292: 93, 

136 
Carter. 
CASE, 



Rebecca Nell— II— 399: 
JERRY DOUGLAS— IV- 



94 



CASE, KATHRYN MAE (Mrs. Jerry 



D.)— IV— 467 
Cass. Billy Parker— I— 25 7 
Caswell, Alice Elizabeth— II— 306 
Caswell, Charles David— I— 3 12: 131 
Catchcn, Georgia Pearle — Nurse, Cin- 

cin. 
Catron, Rebecca Lou— I— 327 
Caudill, Geneva— I— 329 

Caudill, Kenneth Ra> 1—239 

CAUDILL, PHILIP REED— IV— 249. 
American Chemical Society; Pi Alpha. 
Cave, Shelby Jean— III— 250: 9 5 
Cecil, Barbara Ilenc— II— 508 
Chadwell, James Wesly— II— 247 
Chaffins, Gary Dean— III— 46 5 
Chafin, Shirley Ruth— III— 5 52 : 84, 

92 
Chambers, Marcella Katherine — II — 

325: S4 
Chandler. Dorothy Mae— II— 526: 90, 

97 
Chang, Elaine— III— 561: 84, 85 
Chang, Eun Young — I — 5 62 
Chapoell, Monty Lee — 1—564: 80, 94 
Cheek. Violett— III— 461 
Childers, Anna Mae — III— 450 
Childers, Charlotte Ann— II — 579 
Childers, John Earl— I— 5 82 
CHILDS, MAURICE CLARK— IV— 
279: 152. Swimming Team 1. 2, 5. 
4; Psychology Club 1; German Club 
5; "B" Club 2, 5. 4. 
Chin, Frances W'.— Special— 5 54 
Clark. Carl Edward— I— 277 
Clark. Mildred— I— 416 
CLARK, PHILIP GERALD— IV— 
466: 92. History and Political Science 
Club; Spanish Club. 
Clifton, Ed Arnold— III— 450: 151 
Cline, Joy Ann— II— 515 
Cobb, Rebecca Sue — Nurse, Cincin. 
Cobbler, Joe Elmer — I — 419: 15 1 
Ccburn, Patricia Sue — II — 542: 95 
Codv, Andrea Lee — I — 420 
Cody, Phyllis Corrina— P.G.— 469: 95 
Cody, Shirley Ann— III — 545 
Coffey, Eleanor Hammond — III — 240: 

S4 
Coffman, Annetta Pauline — III — 48 5 
Cole. Beulah Anne— I— 429 
COLE, IRIS MAE— IV— 52 5 
COLEMAN, CLEO— IV— 521: 95. 
Women's Council 2, 5; Clothing and 
Etiquette Committee Chairman 3; 
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Agri- 
culture-Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4. 
Collier, Patricia Ann— III— 344: 82 
Collins, Anna Faye — Special — 276 
Colvin, Barbara Levada — I — 5 57 
Colvin, Rosemary — I — 5 07 
COMBS. DELBERT DEAN— IV— 

448: 129 
Combs, Newton — III — 25 1: 152 

Combs, Phyllis. Ann — I 152 

Compton, Robert Norman — III — 2 55: 

84: 88, 129, 151, 153 
COMSTOCK, EMILY MAE (Mrs. 

Paul) — IV — 346: 93 
COMSTOCK, PAUL CONLEY— IV— 

346: 87 



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Index 



COXCHA. LUIS A.— IV— 470: 89, 
92, 132. UYF; Spanish Club Pros.; 
Geology Club Trcas.; Sigma Beta 
Gamma; Soccer Team. 
Conlcy, Doris Jean — Nurse, Cincin. 
Conlev, Vernon— III— 360: 125, 129 
CONNER. INA MARGARET— IV— 

471 
CONNER, RUTH WALKER— IV— 
473. SNEA; Harmonia Society. 
Conovcr, Sandra Marie— III— 396: 87, 

9 3 
Cook, John Sam— III— 25 5: S4 
Cook, Marilyn Virginia — Nurse, Cin- 
cin. 
Coomer, James Claudus— III— 3 18, 94. 

95 
Coomer, J. T.— Ill— 392: 94, 9! 
Coop, Russell Edward— II— 424: 92. 

130 
Cooper, Barbara Ann — I — 434 
Cooper, Eleanor Gaylc— III— 3 S S : 80 
Cooper, Mabel Louise — II — 3 89 
Cordle, Barbara Ellen— I— 454: 94 

Cornelius, Jerry Elwyn — I 15 5 

Cornett, Jack Roger — T — 4 56 
Cornett, Larry Cecil— III— 4S7 
CORNETT, MARTHA SUSAN— IV 
— 397. French Club 1, 2: History and 
Political Science Club 3, 4, Secy. 4; 
PAF 2, 3, 4, Planning Committee 4; 
Harmonia Society 3, 4; Berea Players 

1, 2, 4; Pinnacle 1. 2, 3; W'AA; 
Chimes 4. 

CORNETTE, JOANNE WINIFRED 
— IV — 494: 81, 84, 93, 2 11. Twenty 
Writers 1, 2, 3, 4; Berea Players 1, 

2, 3, 4; Pinnacle Staff 1, 2, 3; Chimes 
Staff Editor 4; Chapel Choir 2, 4; 
Oratorio Choir 2; Harmonia Society 
1.3; SNEA 4; Senate 2; Junior Coun- 
selor 3; Opera Workshop 3; Women's 
Association Social Chairman 4; YWCA 
1; French Club 1; Psychology Club 3; 
PAF 3; Cosmopolitan Club 1; House 
Council 3, 4. 

Correll, Joe Milton — 1—457: 80, 84 

Coskey, Evelyn Gra> 11—48 8: 92 

Counts, Herbert Roger — I — 460 
Cowdcn, Donald James — I — 238: 131 
Cox, Lynn Davis — III— 278: 13 1, 133 
Cox, Marion Dale — I — 462: 96 
Cox, Mary Annis — 1—356 
CRABTREE, JANICE EARLENE— 
IV — 422: 88, 94. Cosmopolitan Club 
I; French Club 1; House Council I; 
Berea Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology 
Club 1; Senate 2; All-School Social 
Chairman 2; Judicial Commission 4. 
Crabtree, Nina Geraldinc — II — 414: 91 
Crase, Arvil— III— 4 5 3 : 94, 129, 133 
Crawford, John Paul — II— 283 
Crawford, Laura Alice — I — 395 
CRAWFORD, MARGIE LOUISE— IV 
— 418: 81, 95. Harmonia Society 4; 
Flome Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Agri- 
culture-Home Economics Club 3, 4, 
Junior Counselor 3; YMCA 1; Psy- 
chology Club 1. 
Crigger, Mary Lou — I — 506: 91, 133 



Criss, Roger Gregory— I— 417 
Crotty, Caron Lynn— II— 431: 80, 84 

Croucher, Samuel Lee — I 163: 8 5 

CROWLEY, BILLIE JEAN— IV— 42 3: 
S6. YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology 
Club 1; Berea Players 1, 3, 4; WAA 
3. 4. 
Crummctt, Charlotte Rose — II — 43 5: 

S6 
Crutchcr, Ronnie Lee — I — 468 

Cunningham, Clyde LeRo; 1 — 490 

Cunningham, Elizabeth Rose — II — 436 
Cupp, Floye Phyllis— II— 464 
Curtis, Joan Barbara — I — 491 



Damron, Evelyn Marie— I— 296 
Daniel, Gerald Owen— II— 5 51: 

12 9, 133 
Dash, Raymond Hershel — III — 3 



50 



Davenport, Eula Joyce — I 
David Chclladurai— III— 677: 
Davidson, Anna Frances — I — 



642 



86 



132 
86, 



Davidson, Lis Leana— II— 5 69 
Davis, Daniel Layten— III— 5 5 : 90 
Davis. Darrel Glenn— II— 5 53 
Davis, Edward Wallet— 1—43 8 : SO, 9S 
DAVIS, FLORENCE BESSIE— IV— 



S4 



Davis, Jackye Nell— I— 440: 84 
Davis, James LcMarr — I — 474 
Davis. Lila Rave— I— 476: 86, 124 
Davis. Patsy Sue — I — 574: 9? 
Davis, Vance Penlev — III — 55 5: S4 
Dayton, Arthur Dale — III — 33 1: 90 
Dean, Roger Lee— P. G.— 660, 93 
DEATON, BARBARA NELL— IV— 
6SS: 86, 91. SNEA; Economics and 
Business Club Leadership Training Con- 
ic rencc Committee; YWCA. 
Deaton, Emma Lou — III — 64 1 
DEDMAN. TAY JOY— IV— 606: 82. 
93. Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Twenty Writers 
3, 4; Berea Players 2, 3, 4; Public Af- 
fairs Forum 2; Band 2; Pinnacle Staff 



DcHart, Margaret Ann — II — 5Sh: 



86, 



DcHcart, Rose Mary— I— 5 12: 91, 92 
Delinger, John Logan — I — 5 13 
Derting, Claude Wallace — III — 640: 94 
Dcz.arne, Dana Lee — II — 679 
Dicken, Ha/cl Fayc — II — 644 
Dickson, Chase — III — 609 
DICKSON, SHELDON PARKES— IV 
— 36S: 131. Geology Club 3, 4; French 
Club 1. 2; Berea Players 2, 4; Ameri- 
can Chemical Society 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, 4. 
Dills, Betty Sue— II— 622 
Dills, lack Coburn — II — 259, 132 
Dimsdalc, Gwendolyn — II — 294 
DINGUS. DOLLIE WRAY— IV— 402: 
93, 211. YWCA; Psychology Club; 
SNEA; French Club; Chimes Staff. 
DISHNER, NORMA DELL— IV— 
405: 85, 136, 138. WAA 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Modern Dance 2, 3, 4; Senate 3; Berea 
Players 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Dixon, James Harold— I — 568: 126, 

129 
Dizncy, Robert Edward, Jr.— Ill— 5 52 
Dodrill, David Randall— II— 260 
Dodson, Wanda Lee — II — 623 
DOTSON, LARRY LEE— IV— 477: 

89 
Dotson, Margaret Louise — III — 626 
DOTSON, WILLIE ANN— IV— 5 10 
Douglas, Janet Marie — II — 3 69 
Dove, Judith Lvnn— I— 547: 86, 93 
DOWDY, MARY ANNETTE (Mrs. 
Robert) — IV — 5 11: SS, 95. Harmonia 
Society 1; YWCA 1; Psychology Club 
1; Bere.i Players 2; Home Economics 
Club 2, 3, 4; Agriculture-Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3, 4, President 4. 
DOWDY. ROBERT HEDLEY— IV— 
511: 95. Harmonia Society 1; YMCA 
1; Agriculture Union 1, 2. 3, 4; Berea 
Players 2; Agriculture-Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3, 4. 

DOWELL. ELIZABETH PAULINE— 
IV — 607: 95. Home Economics Club 
2, 3, 4; Agriculture-Home Economics 
Club 3, 4. 
DUCKWORTH, JACK EDWARD— 

IV— 64 5: 13 1 
Due, Nancy Rces — III — 676 
Dula, Arvin Maurice— I— 54S : 84 
Dunawav, Fleber— 1—661 : 129, 133 
Duncan. Shelby Jean— II— 62S 
Dunham, Lloyd H— I— 449: 126, 129 
Dunkle. Rebecca Ann — III— 646: 95 
Dunnavent. Walter Edward — III — 604 

Eadcs, Annita Elizabeth — I — 5 93 
Fades, Rubv Mane — 11—613 
EARNHARDT, EDNA LOUISE— IV 

— 5 5S: 136 
Earnhardt, Randolph Dedric— III— 595 
Faster. Mildred Lvnne— II— 631 
EATON, LOUIS SILER— IV— 5 76: 8 9 
Edwards, Thomas Lee — III — 629: 80, 

84 
Ellcdgc, Barry Ward— I — 5 56: 84 
Ellis, Alice Marlene — II — 668: 84, 95 
Ellison, Jerry Lea — I — 5 57: 9 5 
Elswick, Eddie— I— 57S: 89 
Flswick, Frederick Thelmer— III— 61 2 : 

80, 81 
Emory, Eric Dave — 1—5 59 
Erdman, Julia Clo — I — 5 92 
Evans, Rose Mar) — I — 614 
Everett, Cecil Darrcll— II — 577 

Fain, Betty Mae— II — 565 
FAIRCHILD, BETTY ALLENE— IV 
— 585: 93. SNEA; Spanish Club. 
Fairchild, Polly Anne— I— 63 3: 92 
Farley, Carolyn Mae — I — 707 
Farlev, Garv Donald— I — 5 63: 80, 13 1 
FEAGAN, J.ILL PATRICIA— IV— 6 53 
Fcagan. Judith Ann — III — 581: 93 
Feltner, Harold— III— 61 5 : 85 
Feltner, Sarah Elizabeth— 1—5 83 : 94 
FELTY, KENT KELLY— IV— 65 5 : 89. 
Geology Club V. Prcs.; Intramurals. 
Ferrili, Nora Jane — I — 634: 86, 95 
Fields, Plainer— II — 618 



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Fields. Truman— II — 600: 130 
FINE, WILLIAM FRANKLIN— IV— 
601: 91. Economics and Business Club 
2, 3, 4; YMCA 1. 2, 3. 4, Secy.- 
Trcas. 3; Spanish Club 2. 
Fink, Shirley Ann — I — 693 
Finlcy, Lilly Estelle— I— 703 
Fitzgerald, Nina Dolores — I — 636 
Iii/pauick, Ken Rodney — III — 621 
Flack, Donna Lou — III — 63 5: 9 5 
Flecnor, Walter Carter— I — 5S0 
Flynn, Hollis— III— 667: 80, 131, 132 
Forbes, Edward Van— I— 639: 82 
FORBES, GLADYS MARIE— IV— 603 
WAA Board Member 2, 3, 4; Modern 
Dance 3, 4: Chimes Staff, Women's 
Spcrts Editor 4: Aquacade 3, 4; Wo- 
men's Officiating Club 4. 
FORDHAM, KENNETH HOWARD 

IV— 64S: 97, 130 
FORESTER, DONALD WAYNE— IV 
617: S4, S8. Junior Class Pros. 3; 
Sigma Pi Sigma 3. 4, Pres. 4: Phi 
Kappa Phi 3. 4; Pi Alpha 3. 4; Chimes 
Staff Classes Editor 4; Dormitory Pres. 
1: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Representa- 
tive 1, Letterman 1; Men's Association 
Secy. 2; Chapel Choir 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Harmonia Society 1, 2; Oratorio Choir 
3; Swimming Team 3; Baptist Student 
Union Council 4. 
Forester, Lois June — I — 6 5 
Forrest, Robert Havnes— I — 6 57 
FOX, DONALD FURMAN— IV— 
(.54: 84, 94, 132." Chapel Choir 1. 
2, 3. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 
Team 2. 3, 4; Agriculture Union 1, 
2. 3, 4; Men's Association Treas. 4; 
Agriculture-Home Economics Club 3, 
4. 

FOX, HARVEY EUGENE— IV— 598 
Fox, Tcrrold Walden— I— 673 
FRANCISCO. MARY KATHLEEN— 
IV— 6 56: S4. 93. YWCA 1; Berea 
Players 1; Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4; Har- 
monia Society 3, 4; SNEA 4; Cosmo- 
politan Club 1 ; Christian Youth Coun- 
cil 3: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 3. 

FRANK, ALLEN LEE— IV— 669 
Franklin, Helen Louise — I — 687 
FRANKLIN, JOHNNY— IV— 690: 
133. Agriculture Union; "B" Club; 
Baseball Team. 

Frazier, Larry Wendell — II — 566: 82 
Frazier, Mary Marzella — II — 616 
Frazier, Sally — I — 705: 85, 95 
FREEMAN, MARGARET ANNE— IV 
—692: 93. SNEA 4. 
FREEMAN, NELLE GERTRUDE— 

IV— 65 1 
Freeman, Nora Belle — I — 674 
Frith, Captain Herman — III — 686 
Fryman. Anna Gail — I — 675 
Fugate, Mary Helen — II — 706 
Furrow. Ronald Lee — I — 689 

Gabbard, John Taylor — I — 789 

Gabbard, Loberta — 1—75 5 

Gaddv, Carolyn Bertha — I — 753: 84 



Gardner, Jane — II — 784 
Garner, Martha Janet — II — 786 
Gates, Shirley Jean — Nurse, Cincin. 
Geiss, Wayne Albert— III— S93 
GENTRY, FRANK ROBERT— IV— 
1001: 80. Senate; House Council; 
Berea Players; Psychology Club; Busi- 
ness and Economics Club; Assembly 
Assistant. 
George, Harry William. Jr.— Ill— 934: 

91, 93 
Gibbs, Andrew Wesley— I— 789: 94 
Gibson, Eleanor Louise — I — 711 
Gibson, Judith Delane— II— 790: 84 
Gibson, Lois Marie— II— 928: 86 
GIBSON, PAUL ALLEN— IV— 748 
Gibson, Rav Allen— I— 820 
Gilbert, Beverly Ann— III— 930: 85 
Gilbrcath, Ralph Eugene— II— 71 6 
Gill, William Earl— I— 970 
GILLESPIE. ROBERT LEE— IV— 



892 



87 



95 



Gilliam, Clyde Pearson— HI— 964 
Girdler, Betty Jo— I— S27 
Glazier, Alice joy— III— 971: 138 
Glazier, Catherine Louise — III — 972 
Godsey, Maurice Adrian— II— 75 1 
Goins, Doris Ann — I — 8 56 
Gomez, Gcrardo — II — 78 5 
Gomez, Janet Eller (Mrs. Gerardo) — 

Nurse, Cincin. 
GOODWIN, NANCY LEE— IV— 82 3: 
91. SNEA; Economics and Business 
Club; YWCA; Cosmopolitan Club; Pi 
Gamma Mu Society. 

Gordon, Vernon Ward— III— 830: 93 
Gosnell, Alice Orelena — II — 864 
Gothard, Howard Newton — II — 719 
Gouge, George Gibbs— II— 720 
Gouge, Sarah Louise— III — 1008: 8 5 
GRAHAM, DAVID RICHARD— IV 
— 821: 84. Chapel Choir 1, 2. 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Oratorio Choir 2; Men's As- 
sociation Treas. 2. 

GRANT, MARJORIE ANN— IV— 
S57: 95. Home Economics Club 3. 
Agriculture-Home Economics Club 
Cosmopolitan Club 1; YWCA 1, 
Berea Players 4. 

GRAVES! GENE RAYMOND— IV— 
895: 81, 94. Dormitory Pres.; Agri- 
culture Union Treas.; Men's Council; 
Baptist Student Union; LTC. 
Graves, Rodney Birch — II — 932 
Grecnawalt, Forest Lee — I — 861 
Greene, Carol Marlenc — II — 93 3 
Greene, John David— III— 973 : 91 
Greene, Linda Gail— II— 899 
Greene, Nathan Doyle — III — 93S: 98 
Greer, Jones Charles — II — 867 
Grcgorv, Mary Elaine — II — 936 
Gregory, Shirley Ann — II — 974: 80 
Gregory, Sybil Elizabeth — II — 966 
Griffin, Sherry Jean — I — 865: 95 
Gunter, Barbara Enola — I — 897 
Gutherie, Thomas Kendrick. Jr. — I — 

900 
Gwinn, Helen Ilene— I — 931 



Hacker, Ju 



n— II— 83 3 



Haga, Cleta Maye — III — 766 
Hager, Bobby Dwight— III— 9 5 5 
HAGER, PATRICIA ANNE— IV— 
866: 95. WAA; Pinnacle Staff; Berea 
Players; Home Economics Club; Psy- 
chology Club; YWCA 
Hale, Julia Deloris— III— 769: 95 
Hale, Thelma Kathryn— III— 1027: 93 
HALL, DANIEL EVAN— IV— 757: 
81, SS, 91, 211. Country Dancers 1, 

2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Harmonia Society 4; 
Men's Association Secy. 4; Business and 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chimes 
Staff Sports Editor 4; Berea Players 
I; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HALL, MARY ALICE— IV— 975. 
Medical Science Club 1, 2, 4; Har- 
monia Society 3; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Council 3. 
Hall. William Robert— I— 918 
Hamilton, Lowell Allen— II— 722 : 85 
Hamilton, Norma Lee — I — 83 8 
Hamon. Mary Ellen— III— 772 : 87 
Hampton, Ruby Nell— II— S7S: 95 
Hamrick, Sandra Sue — II — 761 
Hamrick, Terry Lee — I — 727: 84 
HANCE, DANIEL DUDLEY— IV— 
834: 133. Varsity Baseball Team 2, 

3, 4; "B" Club 3, 4; Agriculture 
Union; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
Hardestv, Phillip Claude— II— 72 5 
Hardin,' Eva Carrol— II— 775 : 89, 

136 
Hardwick, David— P. G — 767 
Harmon, Rebecca Ann— III— 808. 80, 

84 
Harman, Ronald Dale— I— 728: 81 
Harmening, Cecilia Ann — I — 870 
Harmon, Minnie Ellen — I — 9 57 
Harper, Peggy Ann — I — 793 
HARRILL, JAMES THOMAS— IV— 

1019 
Harris, Mary Ann — II — 804 
Harris, Phvllis Ann— III — 1026: 86 
HARRIS. WESLEY LOWEI L— IV— 
980: 90. 94. Agriculture Union; Agri- 
culture-Home Economics Club; Beta 
Beta Beta. 

Harrison, Maxinc — II — S12 
HARRISON, SHIRLEY ANN— IV— 

956: 94, 95 

Hartman, William Harvej 1—73 3 

HARTSOG, CLIFFORD RALPH— IV 
— 872: SO, 211. Pinnacle Staff 2; 
Chimes Staff 4; Senate 4. 
Hash, Mort Paul, Jr.— I— 73 5 
HATFIELD, CECIL EDWARD— IV 

— S44 
Hatfield, Lowell Deloss— II— 759 
Haught, Carl Edward— I— 87 5 
HAWKINS. BETTY KINSER (Mrs. 

William)— IV— 803 
Hawkins, John Oliver— I — 90 5 
Hawkins, Mary Helen— I— 877 
HAWKINS, RUPERT SAMUEL— IV 

— 731: SO, 81, 133, 211 
HAWKINS, WILLIAM RICHARD— 

IV— S03 
Hav, Ina Kav — Nurse, Cincin. 
HAYES, ROBERT— IV— 883: 93 



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Hayes, Rose Ellen — I — 760: 8 5, 9S 
Hayes, Thomas Sidney — I — 908: 8? 
Haynes, Elizabeth Victoria — III — 882: 

91, 156 
Haynes, Eunice Nell— II— S 84 
HAYS, JUDITH LYNN— IV— 941: 

94 
Hazelwood. Melvyn Douglas — I — 9 50 
Hcird, Elizabeth Joyce — Nurse, Cincin. 
Helton, Mary Frances— I— 907: 93 
Hcmbrec, Marion Jo— II — 909 
Henderson, Bonnie Jean — I — 912: S h 
Henderson, Florence Rebecca — I — 

1081: S5, 97 
Henderson, Freddie Pauline — 11—916: 

8 5 
Henderson, Rebecca Lucille — II — 843: 



Hendricks, Hugh— II— 919: 132 
Henry, Sue (Mrs. James) — Nurse, 



Cin- 



Hensley, Evelyn Florence — II — 920 
Henslcy, Jacqueline — I — 1017: 156 
Hcnslcy, Joy Louise — 1917: 9 5 
Herd, Dennis Bry— I— 1915: 94 
Hevener, Ruby Phyllis— III— 5 92: 93 
Hibbard, Anna Earlenc — I — 940: 91 
Hickman, James Bertram — II — 943 
Flicks, Howard Kit — III— 876 
HIGGINS, JULIAN— IV— 904: 89 
Hile, Terry Lee — II — 977 
Hill, William Preston — 111—939: 95 
HINDS, DELMAS DEWITT— IV— 
9S5: 9. Psychology Club 1; Business 
and Economics Club 4; Harmonia So- 
ciety 3; Pi Gamma Mu; Intramurals 
1, 2. 

Hinojosa, Gilberto — II — 947: 92, 94 
Hix, Bettv Jean— III— 982 
Hodges, Linda Lee — II — 949 
Hcgan, Charles Wynonia — III — 83 5: 

86, 93 
HOGG, EMOGENE (Mrs. Ed)— IV 
— 1993: 81. Business and Economics 
Club. 

HOGUE, PRESTON R.— IV— 795: 
SO. 88, 93, 96. Student Senate 4; 
Campus Government Committee 4; 
LTC 4; Berea Players 3, 4: Pi Gamma 
Mu 5, 4; Outlying Work 3; Cosmo- 
politan Club 3. 4: YMCA 3, 4; History 
and Political Science Club 3. 4, Presi- 
dent 4; Twenty Writers 3, 4, President 
4; Young Democrats Club 5, 4, Presi- 
dent 4; Public Affairs Forum 3, 4, 
President 4. Transfer from Tyler Jr. 
College, Tyler, Texas. 
Holder, Don Wayne— 1—940 
Flolder, Tracy Lee — I — 94S 
Hollan, Charles Kay— I— 953 
HOLLAND, LUCILLE JF.ANF.TTF— 
IV — 771. Harmonia Society; French 
Club; CYC. 

Hollitt, Charles Mike— II— 976 
Hollyfield, Mary Gnsta va— II— 979 
HONG, TAL CHUN— TV— 906: 94. 
Agriculture Union, UYF, Cosmopolitan 
Club. 

Hood, James Thomas — I — 983 
Hood, Robin Glenn — I — 984 



Hoover, Marcus Gra\ — III — 989 
Hoperaft, David— II— 800 : 92, 97, 152 
HOPKINS, CLYDE RUSSELL— IV— 
879: SO, 84. Agriculture Union 1, 2, 
3, 4; YMCA 2; Chapel Choir 4: Men's 
Association V. Pres. 4. 
Hopper, Sally Anita (Mrs. Frank) — 

II — 806 
Hornbuckle, M.ircia Ice— I— 988 
Floupe. John Edward— III— 954: 95 
Houslev, Mvra Lee — I— 101 1 
HOUSTON, LINDA JEANNE— IV— 
75<>: 84. Harmonia Society 1; Oratorio 
Choir 2; Chapel Choir 2, 5, 4, Secy.- 
Treas. 4; Berea Players 4; Women's 
Association Secy. 5. 
Howard, Mary Mildred— I— 1 020 
Howard. Patricia Louise — 1 — 802 
Howard. Wendell Lee— I — 1021 
HUDDLFSTON, JAMFS EMERSON, 
[R. — IV — 809: 91. Economics and 
Business Club. 

HUDSON, GLEN WILKES— IV— 
799: 80, 87, SS. Student Council 1; 
Debate Team 1; Delegate to Little UN 

1. 2; YMCA 1; Berea Pl.ivers 1. 2, 5; 
Cosmopolitan Club 1; Senate 2. 5. 4; 
Communications Officer 2; Executive 
Council 2. 5, 4: Committee on Racial 
Discrimination 2. 5; SA V. Pres. 3; 
Psi Chi 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 5. 4; 
Senior Class Pres. 4; Clothing and Eti- 
quette Committee 4; Harmonia 4: 
Campus Government Committee 4. 
Hudson, Sadie Gcynne— II — 9S6: 94 
Huff, Coleman Conrad — III — 732: 94 
HUFF, CORDEIL— IV— 8 10: 13 1. 
153. Basketball Team 1, 2, 5; Track 

2, 5. 4; YMCA; Business Club 2. 3. 4. 
Huff. Odell— II— 98 I : 12<>, 129, 13 1 
HUFFMAN, ROY GORDON— IV— 
84*: SS. 91. Pi Alpha; Aloha Phi 
Delta; Country Dancers; Harmonia 
Society; Math Club. 

Hughes, Charles Freeman— 1—1 02 5 
Hughes, Lochicl Lee— III— 944 
Hunley, Janice Yvonne — III — low,: 
95, 124 

FRF.F- 



Issacs. Elanor Ruth— II— SS5: 97 
Isani, Mukhtar All— P.G.— 814: 8 

90, 93, 97, 155 
ISRAEL, TAMES RAY— IV— 742: 



80 



HUNNICUTT, 


BARBARA 


MAX— IV— SO 5. 


SNFA; Bere. 


Hunnicutt, Char 


les Columbus- 


SOS 




Hunt. Ester Paul 


inc— II— 871: ' 



Hurt, Glcnna Kayc — I — 874: 84 
Huskins, Anetta Carolyn — II — 1010: 

911 
Huskins, Jo Aon — 1 — 794 
IIUTCFIINS, CFIARIES ANDREW— 

IV — 773: 89 
Hutchins, Delynn Morris— I— 729 
Hutchinson, David Crockett— III— 

869: 80 
Plutson, ferry Ronald — I — S4o 
HYUN, JAF KYUNG— IV— 797: 88, 
97. 132. Pi Alpha; Cosmopolitan Club. 

Ingledcw, Jean Carol — I — S49: 95 
INGRAM, ELEANOR GAIL— IV— 

848 



Jamerson, Joyce Loretta — II — 888: 90 
lame,. Brian Oakley — III— S17: 94 
James, Ingrid Barbara (Mrs. Brian O.) 

— Nurse, Cincin. 
James. William Paul — II — "44 
larrett. Norma George — II — S91: 94 
JARVIS, SHIRLEY MARIE— IV— 
777: S7. 93. Harmonia Society 1; 
Cosmopolitan Club 1 ; Psychology Club 
1. 2. 3; Berea Players 3. 4; Dormitory 
Council 1; Junior Class Secy.-Treas. 3; 
Young Democrats Club 2, 5; WAA 
1 ; Psi Chi National Honorary Society 
5, 4, Sees. 4; All-School Finance Com- 
mittee 5; SNEA 4; LTC Planning 
Committee 4; Women's Council 4; 
Chimes Staff Adv. 4; WUS 2; BSU; 
YWA Pres. 2. 

Jarvis, William Maurice. Jr. — II — S 5 2 
Johnson, Cecilia Rose — II — S s 5 : 94 
Johnson, Cloyd Jennings — III — 924 
Johnson, Lelia — II — 997: 90 
Johnson, Mary Elizabeth — I — S87: 90 
Johnson, Stephen White — I — 745 
JONES, HERMAN DOWELL— IV— 
105 0. Berea Players. 
Jones. Mary Florence— II— 92 S 
JONES. OPAL— IV— 994: 91. Pi 
Alpha 5, 4; Math Club 4. 
Jones, Patty Augusta — I — 7S1 
Jones. Paul' Gene— II— 783: 129 
Jones, Shelby Jean (Mrs. Paul)— I— 

78 5 
Jones. Sherrcna Florence — I — 816 
Jump, Frma Fee — I — 92(, 
JUSTICE. PEGGY PEARL— IV— 922 : 
91, 136. WAA 1. 2. 3. 4; YMCA 1; 
BSU 1. 2;. Harmonia Society 1. 2, 3; 
SNFA 4; Business and Economics Club 
4. 

JUSTUS, KENNETH GURTHERIE— 
IV— 85(1. Berea Players 1. 2; YMCA 
I. 2; Agriculture Union 3. 4; Agri- 
culture-Home Economics Club 3.' 4; 
Intramurals I. 2. 5. 4. 

keck, [ames Oliver — I — 1040: 151 
Kecblc. Carole Jean— I— 1091 
Keen, |ohn Ellis — 1 — 1044: 92 
KEEN, RACHEL ELIZABETH— IV— 
1100: SS. 93. Psychology Club Secy. 
I, 2, '.; Berea Players 1. 2. 5; SNEA 
V. Pres. 5. 4; Chapel Choir 2; Har- 
monia 4; German Club 5; Phi Kappa 
Phi 3. 4; Wesley Foundation 1,' 2, 
Pub. Chairman 2; House Council 4. 
Keeter, [any Gene— III— 1 049 
Kelly, Mary Elizabeth— II— 1 057 
KEMP. EDWARD LEON— IV— 1060: 
SO, 90. Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Beta Beta 
Beta 5. Pres. 4; Pi Alpha 3, Pres. 4; 
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Senate 4; 
American Chemical Society 2; Berea 
Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 
1, Sunday School Chairman 2; Judicial 



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IllcltVY 



Committee 1 ; Psychology Club 1 ; 
Medical Science Club 1, 2. 
Kennedv. Allan Eugene— II— 1037 
Khalcd, Sliafeck— TI— 1070: 94. 97, 

Khatami. Hassan— I— 1072 
Kidd, Hans Randolph. Jr.— HI— 1039 
Kidd, Parsv Dclores— I— 1078 
KIDD. PEGGY SUE— IV— 10S2: 136. 
VC'AA I. 2, 3, 4. Board 4; Home Eco- 
nomies Club 4; Agriculture-Home Eco- 
nomies Club 3. 

Kilbournc, lames Walter— 11— 1 045 
Kim. In Sook— 111— 1059: 86, 94 
Kimball, Rose Marie— I— 1084: 136 
Kinder. David Foster — 1 — 1046 
Kindle, Nellie Gene— 1— 10S7 
Kin S , Barbara Kathleen— II— 1071 : 82 
King, David Clayton— I— 1 OSS 
Kiracofc, Carolyn Harrington — III — 

1076 
KIRK. PAUL FREDRICK. JR.— IV— 
1092: 84 
kis.imore. Violet Louise — Nurse. Cin- 

cin. 
Riser. George Claude— II— 1 048 : 82, 

131 
Kitchen, Robert— I— 1 081 
Kitts. Halburn Lansas— II— 1077: 84. 

91. 92 

KITTS, RICHARD EDWARD— IV— 
1036: SI. S4, 124. Bere.i Players 1, 
2. 3, 4; Psychology 1; Young Demo- 
crats 2: Senate 1, 2; Men's Association 
4: Cheerleader 4. 

Knight. George Alexander— I— 1 05 6 
KOOXE, DAISY— IV— 1082: 86. 
Senator 3; Harrnnnia Society 3, 4; 
HSU Secy. 3, Pres. 4. 
Kramer. Loren Wight— II— 1090: 85. 

l J 5 
Kxle. Kenton Riley— II— 1093 : 131 

Lainharr, Carlos Donal, Jr.— I— 1074 

1 .ikes. C ,rl — I — t I I 5 

lake. Gars Wendell— I — 1 1 I 1 

1 Will. IS! TTY lOL'ISl (Mrs. Floyd) 

— IV — 1 121 : 93. SNFA; FT A 2. 3. 

Iamb. Irene llendnek 1— I 159 

Lambert, Eleanor Louise— I— I 1 17: 86 
I. nice. Mars Allien — 1 1 — 1 13 2: 90 
lane. Carrie Esther— 1—1 122 
lane, limes R.n — 1—117') 
I liner, Rebecca Ruth— 1—1138 
Lanier, William Parker— HI — 1 1 08 
Lankford, Lois Sue— II — I I 50: 86 
l.ankford, Sherrill Estcl.lc — II— 1 1 5 3 : 

92. 95 

l.irman. Gene Frederick — HI — 1 I 69 
Latham, Danny Owen — 1 — 105] 
t.awson, Barbara ]c.in — 11 — 1129 
Lass-son. Dennis falmadgc — II — 1119 
LAWSON. EARL I DWARD— IV— 
1148. Pinnacle Business Mgr.; Chimes 
Cir. Editor; Senator; Business ,\i^ K \ 
Economy Club. 
Lawson, John Tom — I — I 1 5 4 
Lass-son, Robert Allen — III — 1135, 92. 

94. 98 
Lasvson, Robert Gene — III — 1139 



lcdfnrd. Barbara Gail— II— 1 1 54: 94 
Ledford, Richard Clark— I— 1 147: 131 
Lee, Sandra Ellen— I— 1 157 
1.1. GG, PAUL DAVIS— IV— 1125: 90, 
94. Agriculture Union 1, 2, 3, 4, V. 
Pres. 3; Tri Beta 3, 4, V. Pres. 4. 
Legged, Roger Floyd— 1—1160 
lcr.nh.irdt. Carson Odes— I— 1162 
Lcouire, Karen— II— 1 1 5 2 : 91 
Lester, Jesse Lee— I— 1112: 129 
Lethgo, Linda Daye— I— 1164 
Lewis, Doris Ann — 1—1140: 80 
Lewis, Frances Coralee— III— 1 1 5 8 : 91. 

93 
LEWIS, LILLIAN (Mrs. Burnice)— IV 

S20: 95 
LEWIS. MABLE— IV— 115 1: 91. 138. 
SXEA; Pinnacle Staff; Business and 
Economics Club; Berea Players. 
Ling, Robert Francis — II — 1110: 130 

131 
Linkenhoker, Ben Youell— III— 1 1 61 
Little, Thomas William— I— 1 1 70: 85 
long. Wayne Spurgeon — I — 1173 
looper. Louise Artciia — III — 10S3: 156 
Lovejoy, Emma Margretta — III — 1166 
Lowder. William — 1—1141, 91 
Lowdcrmilk, Stephen Herbert — II — 

1 146 
LOWE, NANCY ANN— IV— 1165 
Luc.is, Mary Evelyn— I — 1144 

McCall, Martha G.iile— II— 1 1 S 1 
McCimpbell. Mariam Amelia— III— 

1219 
McCnn. [oseph Ferrell— III— 1224 
McClelland, Eva Lou— II— 1 1S2 : 86 
McClintic, Margaret Jean — I — 1222: 

SO 
McClung. Michael Alan — I— 1180: 152 
McCI.UNG. PHILLIP ]AY— IN- 
NS S : I 5 2 
McCoig. Jack Henry— II— 1256 
McCoiiib, Mary Elizabeth— II— 1328: 

"1 
McCONNILI, Bl I CFIARD C. JR. 
— IV — 1434. Spanish Club 2; Medical 
Science Club 5. 4; "JS" Club 3, 4; 
Berea Pl.-.vers 5. 4; Chimes Staff 4. 
McCONNI I 1 . PEGGY ANN— IV— 
14--5: SI Harmonia 1; BSU I; YWCA 
I; Berea Plavcrs 1, 2. 4; Modem 
Dancers 5; Psychology Club I: PAF 
I; WAA 1. 2. 4: Pinnacle 1; Chimes 
Staff 4: Women's Council 4; Dormi- 
tory Council I. 5, 4; Flouse President 
4. 

McCnrmack, Robert Ernest— I— 1262 
McCormick, Robert R.iv— I— 122i> 
McCrary, Peggy Ann— I — 1475 
McCrca'ry, Allen Rector— II— 1 1 9.3 : 

92 
McCiillough. Elva Irene— III— 1250: 

93 
McCune, Thomas Brent— I — 1578 
McDcrmitt. Carolyn Elizabeth— I— 

15 99 
McDosv. Ambrose Caleb— 1—1 I ^4 
McEntire. Joyce I avina— Nurse. Cin- 



McFaddin, George Sherman — -II — 1218 
McGahan, Wanda Lee — Nurse, Cincin. 
McGhee, Carolyn Sue— I— 1223: 80 
McGrasv, Lynda Claudia — I— 1225 
McGuire, Martha Ellen— I— 125 3 
McKinley, Emma Bradley, (Mrs. P. G.) 

— 1296 
McKinney, Brenda Roberta — Nurse, 

Cincin. 
McLaughlin, Naomi Janice — I — 1260 
McNeill, George William— II— 1477 : 

13 1 
Mains, Milton Howard— II — 1228 
Maney, Donald, Jr.— II— 13 66: 94 
Manuel, Isaac Anderson, Jr. — II — 1261: 

92 
Marlowe, Ruth Elizabeth— II— 1928 : 

136 
Martin, Carl Rodney— II— 1 304 
Martin, Ezilee Theresa — I — 1266 
Martin, Harold Bruce— II— 1 3 57 
Martin. Hugh Lloyd— 1—1191 
MARTIN, JAMES REGINAL— IV— 
13 61: S4. Psychology Club 1; French 
Club 1; Intramurals 1; Fd. Counselor 
2; Chapel Choir 3, 4; Berea Players 5, 
4, A'. Pres. 4; BSU Council 5, 4. 
Martin, Marian Elizabeth— I— 1 268 
Martin. Minnie Sue — II — 1362 
Martin, Phyllis Jean— I— 1 290: 82 
Matheson, Charles Edwin— I— 1196 
Matlock, James Clyde Campbell— I— 

1294 
M.uipin. Madge Ann— II— 1368 
Mavhall, Janice Cl.u.dett— II— 1 371 
Mavo, Alien Harris— I— 1297 
Mavs. Gl.ulolia Fay— 1—13 27 
Meadows, Gene Thomas— I— 1 29 1 : 131 
MEANS. LEXORA FAY— IV— 1267 
SNTA 1. 4; Disciple Student Fellowship 



4. 



Meek. Maudic Wrae— II— 1398 
Meeks. Annette Dorothy— II — 1405: 

S4 
MELTON. EUNICE MARGARET— 
IV — 1268. Chimes Staff 5: WAA 5. 4. 
Merida. Lena Faye— 1—15 00 
Mcsscr. Flem R— II— 1474 
MFSSFR. SYLVIA M1NNIX (Mrs. 

Flem)— IV— 1474 
Metcalf. Clifford Lewis— II— 1441 
MIDRIFF. |OHN BRUCE— IV — 1 1 S4: 
93, 94. Psychology Club; Spanish 
Club: History & Political Science Club: 
Baptist Student Union; SNFA: Senate. 
Miller Agatha Dawn— I— 1505 
MILLER. DOFORES P. (Mrs. Royce) 
— IV — 1409. Cosmopolitan Club 1: 
YWCA 1: WAA I. 2: Berea Players 
2. SNFA 4; FFA. 
Miller. Donald Antic— II— 140': 94. 

9 5. 1 3 1 
Miller. Donnic lee— I— 15 24 
Miller. Fauns Walker— II— 1 375 
Miller. Freda Mary— III— I 596: 94 
Miller. Flelen Carol— I— 1 336: 9s 
Miller. lames Anderson— III— 1 45 5 
Miller, lames Presly— lit— 1 442 : 92 
Miller. Mars Jane— III— 1445 
Miller. Thelma Ruth— III— 1 446: 1 *S 



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Index 



Miller, William Donald— II— 1447: 

13 3, 94, 95, 13 1 
Mills, Glen D— II— 1443 
Miracle, James Franklin — I — 123 1 
Miracle, William Carson — II— 1444: 

132 
Mise, Phyllis Ann— II— 1332 
MITCHELL, DOROTHY LEE— IV— 

1404: 92, 93 
Mitchell, Dorothy Lee (Mrs. Dorothy 

Lee)— I— 2012 
Mitchell, Linda Franklin— I— 1 340 
Mitchell, Sheila Ruth— HI— 1 440 
Molineu, James Harold — III — II — 

1448: 82, 13 1 
Montgomery, William Edgar — I — 1437 
Moore, Betty Jean — II — 1449 
Moore, Ella Rose — I — 1360: 95 
Moore, Edward Leo — II — 146 8 
Mcorc, Martha Louise — Nurse, Cincin. 
Moore, Mary Belle — 1—1364 
Morelock, Louvena Ruth — 11—1470 
Morlcy, Julia Lenorc — II — 1406 
Morlcy, Mary Elizabeth — II — 147! 
Morris, Jacqueline Shirley — II — 1257 
MORRIS, JEAN ANN— IV— 13 33: 
SS. Bcrea Players; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 
MORRIS, LILLIAN YVONNE— IV— 
1335: SS, 92. Psychology Club 1; 
French Club 1, 3; Berea Players 2, 3, 
4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Harmonia So- 
ciety 3; Spanish Club 4. 
MORRIS, RAYMOND GREEN— 
— IV — 1192: S9, 98. Royal Collegians 
1, 2; Class Social Chairman 3, 4; Ge- 
ology Club 3, 4; Chimes Staff 4. 
Morrison, Betty Jewel — III — 1400 
Morton, Lee Howard — I — 1365 
Moss, Bernard Phelps— I— 1 3 69 
Moss, Buelon Rexford — III — 1 186 
Moss, Charlene Wilm.i— III— 1 1 S3 
Mounts, James Alvis — III — 1401 
Muhammad, Slier— II — USS: S2 
Mullins. Belva June— 1—1370 
Mullins, Glvnda Kay— I— 1372 
MULLINS, HUNTER WATKINS— IV 

— 1190: 91 
Mullins, Marshal Sue — I — 1373 
Mullins, Patricia Ann— I— 1374: 91, 

136 
Mumford, Robinson Woolfalk — III — 

11—1197 
MUSSER, BETTY ANN— IV— 1412: 

95 
Mvcr 



Dale Kai 



-III— 1341: 



98 



Nanncy, Troy Wade — I — 1346: 94 
Nantz, Snowdcn — I — 1200 
Napier, Howard Glenn — II— 119S 
Napier, Ruth— II— 1 2 3 5 : 90 
Napier, Virginia — I — 1379 
Naylor, Judy Lea — II — 1344: 97 
NF.VELS, RALPH WALDO— IV— 
1199: 91. Psychology Club 2; Math 
Club 4; Chapter Assoc. Sigma Pi Sigma 
4. 

Ncvils. Sandra Sue— I— 1452 
Ncwkirk, Sharon Marie — II — 1414 
NEWMAN, DOROTHY LOUISE— IV 
1307. WAA I, 2, 3, 4, Dorm Repre- 



sentative; Modern Dance Club 2, 3. 
Newsome, Lonnic Fred — II — 1416 
Ng, Tuck Wai— II— 1343: 84 
Nichols, Brenda Lee— I— 1234: 124 
Niday, Carol Anderson — III — 1272: 84, 

95 
Nixon, Hazel Faye— I— 1381 
NIXON, JOHN WAYNE— IV— 1486: 
86. 90, 94, 133. Senator 3; Communi- 
cations Comm. 3; SAAF Treas. 3; Pres. 
4; Agricultural Union Pres. 3, 4; Base- 
ball Squad 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; 
CYC Pres. 4; Agriculture-Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4. 
Noble, Charles— II— 1418 
Noe, Ernestine — III — 1273 
Noe, Lester Wendell— III — 148 3 
Norman, Nancy Elizabeth — I — 1238 

Oakley, Mildred Magdalene— III— 1 3 1 

Ogle, Phillip — I — 1202: 98 

O'KELLY, SARA JOYCE— IV— 1236: 

91. WAA; Business and Economics 

Club. 

Orndorff, Bonny Hubert — II — 1203: 

92 
Osborne, Gerald Myron — II — 145 3 
Osborne, Paul Edward — I— 13S4 
Osolnik, Daphne Maureen — II — 1276 
Otis, Meral Dean — I — 1490 
Owen, Clyde Harvey— II — 1 3 1 1 
Owen. Larry George — II — 1274: SO 
Owcnby, Barbara Edeath— III — 1420: 

S2 
Owenby, Nana Elaine — 1—1491: 84 
Owens, Odell— I— 1494 
Owens, Roger Gene — II — 1456 

Painter, Mary Eloisc — II — 1206 
Palmer, Nancy Jean — I — 1281 
Pardue, Fred Eugene— III — 12 04: 80, 

95 
Park, Kyung Ok — II — 134S 
Parks, James Edgar — II — 1212: 88, 91, 

92 
Parnell, Joseph Alvin — III — 13 12 
Parrv. Walter Phillip— II— 1 3 89 
PARSLEY, EVELYN JAUNDOLA— 
IV— 14SS: 93. Union Church Choir 
3; FTA 4. 

Parsons, Carol Ann — II — 13 14 
Parsons, Jack Delano — II — 1390 
Parsons, Rita Sue — III — 1241 
Patton, Sarah Patricia — I — 1425: 94 
PAYNE, JAMES WALTER— IV— 
128 5: 91, 131. Track 1, 2, 3; Business 
and Economics Club Pres. 4. 
Payne, John Vandavecr — II — 1462: 82 
PAYNE, MILDRED LOUISE (Mrs. 
James W.)— IV — 15 63. Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Agriculture- 
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 
Peace, Winifred Hope — II — 142 1 
PEAK, EMMA JEAN— IV— 1 500: S6 
House Council 1 ; Class V. Pres. 2, 4, 
Pres. 2; Senate 2, 3; Executive Coun- 
cil 3 ; Women's Council, Women's 
Assoc. Treas. 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 
2, Treas. 3; YWCA 1,2; CYC Secy 4; 
Christian Vocations 1, 2; Spanish Club 



1, 2; Psychology Club 1, 3, 4; PAF 
3; Harmonia 3; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; 
WAA 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 
Pearson, John Ray — II — 1493: 84 
PEEK, BOBBY — IV — 1249. Agricul- 
ture Union; Agriculture-Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Intramurals. 
Peercy, Paul Stuart— II— 1 3 49: 131 
Pelfrey, Donna Lou — I — 13 87 
Perkins, Zelia Rose— III— 1 32 1 
Peterson, Eleanor Maxine — II — 1393 
Peterson, Elizabeth Ann — II — 1459: 93 
Pierson, Jane Wilhelmina — Special — 

1911 
Pipes, Ben Lee— I — 1246: 94, 131, 133 
Pittillo, Jack Daniel— II— 1395: 89 
Pittman, Robert — 1—1357: 82, 129 
Plumley, Boyd Fulton — 11—1489 82 
Plumley, Sonny Eugene — III — 1244: 94 
Plymale, Theodore Anthony — III — 

1243 
Poe, Sierra Sue— I — 1422 
Polk, Robert Lee— I— 1211 
Polly, Dan Mitchell— I — 1424 
Porter, Robert Lilburn— II— 1429: 133 
Poteat, Elizabeth Anne — I — 1319 
Potter, Kit Carson — 11—1465 
POWELL, BOBBY EUGENE— IV— 
1356: 94. Agriculture Union 2, 3, 4. 
Powell. Madeline— II— 1 3 8 5 
POWELL, MARY ELIZABETH— IV 
— 14 5 8: 93. Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4; Psi 
Chi 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Berea 
Players 2, 4; XX Writers 2, 3, 4; 
Senate 2, 3; Psychology Club 3. 4. 
Powell, Smith T., Ill— II— 1466: 80, 

92 
Powers, Alma Jean — II — 1497 
Pratt, Gailya Sullah— II— 1 50 1 : 94 
Pratt, John William— I— 1 277: 129 
PRESSLEY, EDNA EARLE— III— 
13S6: S6. French 1, 2; Psychology 
Club 1. 4; Senate 2; WAA 2, 3, 4; 
PAF 3; Tab 3; YWCA 3, Program 
Chairman 4; Sociology Club 4. 
PRICE, CAROLYN JEAN— IV— 
1430: SO, 81, 93. WAA 1; House 
Council 1; Class Soc. Chairman 1; 
All-School Soc. Comm. 1 ; Cosmopoli- 
tan Club 1; French Club 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Class Secy. -Treas. 2; All-School Finance 
Comm. 2; Young Dem. Club 2, 3; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; Berea Players 3, 4; 
SNEA 4; Women's Council Pres. 4; 
Executive Council 4; Senate 4. 
Price, Joseph Theodore — I — 1427: 94 

Price, Melvin Lerov 11—125 1 

Pridemore, Clara Mae— I — 1317 
Prince, Winston Lee — III — 1 3 5 3 
Privett, Phyllis Ann — I — 1460 
Propst, Gertrude Sylvia — I — 1461 
PRUITT, PATSY ANN— IV— 1426: 
SI, 211. Keyboard Club 1; Berea 
Players 1. 2, 3, 4; Chimes Advertising 
Mgr. 4; Women's Council 4; Spanish 
Club 3; House Pres. 4. 
PURCELL, JAMES EUGENE— IV— 
1463: 88 

Qasem, Ziad Saad— III— 1467: 97 



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QUILLF.N, DANIEL VAN, JR.— IV— 



Radcr, Emanuel Hurlcj — 11—1514 
Rader, Jimmy Franklin— III — 1525 
Rakes, Gloria Lucille— III— 1 5 17 
RAMSEY. CHARLES WILBURN— IV 

— IS30: 94, 13 3. Agriculture Union; 
"B" Club; Berea Players; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

Rasnakc, fanice Lynn— I— 1515 
Rasnick, Theda Agnes— I— 1518 
Ray, Jacqueline Elizabeth — 1—1519 
Ray, Vera Gayle — I— Mil 
Reagan. Katlia Sue — III— 1548: 81, 85, 

136 
Reagan, Margaret Helen— II— 1 54 1 
Reckmann, Eric Hugo — Sepcial — 1546 
Reed, Ronald Earl— II— 1 5 53: 211 
Reedy, Anita Christine — III — 15 57 
Rccs, Anne Dale— II— 1 529: SO. 86 
Reese. Alvin Gerald— III— 1 5 5 8 
Reese, Lowell Duane — I— 1 521 : 13 1 
Reid. Angela Patricia— II— 1 5 62 : 80. 

92 
Re.d. Clayton Milton— 1— 1 5 04 
Reid, Vcrncssc Arlen — I — 1522 
Rennet, Darrcll Duane — III — 1 569: 94 
Rexrode, William Lee— II— 1565 
Reynolds, Freddie Joe— III— 1 5 32 
Rluidy, loe Wesley— II— 1570: 81 
RICE, GLENN— IV— 1535: 89. Ge- 
ologv Club Pres.; Psychology Club; 
Ma tli Club. 

Ricliardson, Lanada Sue— I— 1524 
Richardson. Pollie Janie— I— 1 5 3 1 : 82. 

94 
Richen, Joseph Werner — III — 1575 : 86, 

Riddle, Mary Louise— Nurse. Cincin. 
Riemann, James Michael — I — 1506 
Rll'II Y, ELEANOR FRANCES— IV 

— 1574: 93. YMCA; SNEA. 
RISNER, |AMLS DANIEL— IV— 

1540: SI 

RITCHIE. EVELYN LUCILLE— IV— 

1582: SS, 91, 92, 211. Berea Players 

1, 2, 3, Secy. 4; Phi Kappa Phi 5, 4; 

Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. 4, Pres. 3, V. 

Pres. 2; Psychology Club I; Business 

and Economics Club 3. 4; Chimes Staff 

4. 

Rivers. Price Clayton — II — 1578: 111. 

I 12 
Rank, Marcella— I— 15 17 
ROBERSON, BILLY CARL— IV— 

15 12: 91 
Roberts, Gerald Dean— I— I 544 
Rcberts, Milos Garnet — I — 150S: 126, 

12 9, 133 
Roberts, Paul— II— 15 63 
Roberts, Paul Waldcn— I— 1 5 07: 131 
Robertson, Faye Belle— III— 1 5 73 : 90 
Robertson. Theresa Diane — II — M42 
Robinson, Charles Allen — III— 1559 
Robinson, Charles Grady, Jr. — I — 1509 
Robinson, lames Earl — I — 1510 
ROBINSON, JAMES RALPH— IV— 
1533: 90. 93. 96. History and Political 
Science Club 1. 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1; 



Phi Gamma Mu 2; Public Affairs 
Forum 2; Berea Players 2; Psychology 
Club 2; Intramurals 1, 2; SNEA 2. 
Robinson, Linville Carleton — III — 

1549: 80. 87 
Robinson, Patricia Ann — I — 15 60 
Robinson, Richard Houston — I — 1527 
Rogers, Christopher— I— 1 505 : 85 
Rogers, Elizabeth Mrs. — 11—1526 
Roop, Doris Helena — 11—1583 
Roper, Bobby Kenneth — 11—1595 
Rose, Mary Martha — I — 1550: 95 
Rose, Nancy Allen — 11—1650 
Rose, Pauline Hendrix — III— 15 51: 97 
Rose, Phyllis Jean — 1—1658: 85 
ROSS, GAIL (Mrs. Ronald)— IV— 

1313 
Ross, Forrest Ronald — 11—15 39 
Ross, Robert Kingsley — II — Mil 
Ross, Vincent— II— 1659: 86 
Roten, Ruby Myrtle— III— 1 5 71 : 96, 

13 6, 138 
Rubel, Charles I.ilbern— III— 1 5 56 : 96, 

97 

Sage, Allen Dean— II— 1671 
Sakata, Shinko — III — 1630: 94 

SALIBA, LATIFA YOUSEF— IV— 

1653, 97 
Salisbury, Goldie Jean— II — 1672, 97 
SALISBURY, NORMA— IV— 1684: 

95 
Salstorm, David— III— 1607 
Salyers, Brenda Lou — I — 1640: 95 
SANDEFUR, NELSON LINDLEY— 

IV — 1669 
Sandifcr, Stacy Lee — I— 1601 
Sanford, Charles Reginald — I — 1641 
Sapp, Kenneth Franklin— II— 1 82 5 
Saulmon, Bennett Edgar — II — 1589: 

132 
SAWYER, SHELBY JEAN— IV— 1 61 8 
Berea Players 1, 2; Modern Dance 3: 
Aquacade 4; Class Social Co-Chairman 
4. 

SCHEIERN, WILLIAM KARL— IV— 
1619: 82, 133. Psychology Club 1; 
"B" Club 2, 3; Tennis Varsity 1, 4; 
Pinnacle Co-Advertising Manager 4. 
Schroedel, Carol Sigrid — Nurse, Cincin. 
Scnggin. Hulen Howard — I — 1660: 92, 

94 
Seagle, Danny Dean— II— 1677 
Sears, James Andrew— III— I 637 
Secrcst, Iv.il Wetzel — II — 1610: 91 
Segal-, Nannie Lena — II — 164" 
Sells. Gloria Jancllc— II— 1 6 5 6: 95 
Seneker. Inula Pope— I— 1686: S2 
Shackleford, Mary (Catherine— III— 

1611 

Shackleford, William Bob. Jr.— I— 

1667 
Shannon, Roger — II — 1661 
Sharp, luJitil Ann — II — 1662: 91 
SHARPF. COHFN LEE— IV— 168 5 : 
S2, 94, 97. Berea Players 1. 4; Bucr- 
nica Society 4; Psychology Club 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Cosmopolitan Club 



Sha< 



Billic Rav— II— 1606 



SHEPHERD, CHARLES RAYMOND 

IV— 1657 
Shepherd, Helen Marie— II— 1 664: 82, 

97 
Shepherd. Robert Lee, Jr.— II— 15 89: 

84 
Shetterly, Nancy Jane— III— 1 644 : 93 
Shoopman, Johanna Lee— II— 1646: 94 
Short. Bettye Lou— I— 1713: 94 
Shortridge, James Carl — I — 1682 
Shouse, Ernest — I — 1681 
Shrewsberry, Zelma Jean— I— 1682: 86 
Sliupe, Bonnie Holman (Mrs. Carroll) 
—1—1803 

SIMMONS, GEORGE ALLEN— IV— 
1738: 91. SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 3; 
Berea Players 1, 2; Union Youth Fel- 
lowship 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Simpson, Charles Fredick— I— I 600 
Simpson, Roberta Mae — I — 1716 
Singleton. Bruce Garfield— I— 1 670 
Singleton, Hobcrt Donald — 1—1673 
Singleton, Oneida Jewell— I — 1717: S5 
Sipple, Paul Martin — II — 1690: 132 
Sizemore, Patricia Gayle — I — 1719 
Skaggs, Marilyn C— I— 1643: 95 
SKEAN, CHARLES THOMAS— IV— 

16 17 
Skecse. John Raphael, [r.— Ill— 1737 
SKIPPER. MARION I.ORAINE— IV 
— 1771: S2. Modern Dance Club 3; 
Pinnacle Staff 3. Co-News Editor 4; 
SNEA 4. 

SLAUGHTER. ELDRFD GLENTON 
— IV — 1702: 91, 98. Pi Alpha 3, 4; 
Math Club 4; Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4, 
Pres. 3. 

Slone. Kizzie Marie — 1—1756: 85 
Smathers. Carlton Gail— II— I 694: 94 
SMITH, ARTHUR, JR.— IV— 1665: 
111, 133. YMCA; "B" Club; Varsity 
Track Team; Harmonia Society; Busi- 
ness and Economics Club; Assembly 
Assistants; Christian Youth Fellowship; 
Intramural Sports; Cosmopolitan Club; 
Psychology Club; Spanish Club. 
Smith, Barbara Ann — 1—1696 
Smith. Beverly Stewart— II— 1 69S 
Smith. Don Noel— I— 172 
Smith. Elizabeth Jo— II— 1701 
Smith, Elmer David. Jr.— Ill— 1585 
Smith. James Franklin— III— I 750 
Smith. Judith K.uhryn — I — 1757 
Smith. Linda lanis — I — 1-60: 86. 93 
SMITH, MARIANNA— IV— 1628: 86. 
91, lis. Berea Players; YMCA: Busi- 
ness .\nd Economics Club; French Club. 
Smith. Mitchell — II — 1 710: 94 
SNAPP, ARDLE WOODY— IV— 
1768: 91. Intramural Sp.urs, Chimes; 
Pinnacle Staff; Business Club. 
Snapp, Thomas Aurbey— III— 1773 : 81 
Snead, Richard R.i\— 111— 1 5 SS : 89 
SNOW. NOYCE LANI — IV— 160S: 

9(1 

Snow-. Tom Gray — 1 — 1736 
Spangler, George! Jr.— II— 1678 
Sparkman, Colon — I — 1767: 80 
Spencer. Nancy Lea— III— 1693: 86 
Spillman, Fred Curtis— I— 1629 



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SPIVEY, RAYMOND FRANKLIN— 
IV— 1689: 13 1. "B" Club 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

Stacy, Arnold, Jr. — II — 1712 
Stallard, Deanna Gail — II — 1714 
Standifcr, Sara Alice — I — 1774: 85, 95 
Standifcr, Waune Jucvon — I — 1739: 96 
Stanley, Janet Sue — I — 1827 
Statham, Hershel Wayne — II — 1715 
STEPHENS (Billie Avona) FRANCES 

— IV— 1742: 91, 93 
Stephenson, John William — II — 1594: 

129 
Stewart, Anna Mary — I — 1872 
Stewart, Laurel Jean (Mrs.) — I — 1775 
Stewart, Linda Gail — I — 1811: 80 
STEWART, MARY CATHERINE— 
IV— 1770: 88, 90, 93. SNEA; Berea 
Players; Pi Alpha; Beta Beta Beta Secy. 
Stewart, Phyllis Jean — II — 1721: 85, 

90, 97 
Stewart, Robert Arthur — I — 1722: 130 
Stickley, Gilbert Galen— II— 1697: 92, 

132 
Stokes, Patricia Ruth— II — 1723: 86 
STONE, EUNICE WILLENA— IV— 
1705: 95. Home Economics Club 3, 
4; Home Economics-Agriculture Club 
3; Women's Council House President 1. 
Stout, Edith [oj — I — 1810 
STURGILL, JOHN DENNIS— IV— 
1709. German Club; Debate Team; 
Chimes; Berea Players; Intramurals; 
Business Club; SNEA; Psychology 
Club; Dormitory Council. 
Sturgill, Joyce Ann — III — 1701 
Sullivan, Sarah Margaret — I — 1752 
Sumner, Patricia Irene — II — 175 5 
Sutphin, Melvin Webb — I — 1741 
Sutton, David Lee — I — 1743 
Sutton, Elizabeth Orma — I — 163 8 
Sutton, James Hillard, Jr. — III — 1840: 

131 
Swift, Shirley Jaye — II — 1758 
Swope, Donnie Ray — I — 174 5 

Tallent, Hazel Lee — II — 1813 
Tamimi, Ziad Abu Khaled— II— 1 880: 

82, 97 
Tate, David Jackson — I — 1814 
Tauscher, Gerhard, Volker — I — 1824: 

97, 132 
Taylor, Beverly Gail— III— 1 8 1 5 
Taylor, Edna Yvonne — I — 1817 
Taylor, Joseph — II — 1822: 94 
Taylor, (Marion) Felix — III — 1848 
Taylor, Melvin Monree — I — 1828 
TAYLOR, ROBERT EUGENE— IV— 
183 5. Men's Council 3; Business Club 
2; Veteran's Club 3; Spanish Club 2. 
Tennant, David Arthur — P.G. — 183 1 
Tenney, Nancy Carol — II — 1842 
Terry, James Rodney — I — 183 8 
TERRY, JOHN KENNETH— IV— 
1847. Economics and Business Club. 
Tester, Sarah Elizabeth — Nurse, Cincin. 
THOMAS, DONALD RODERIC— IV 

— 1816 

Thacker, Clcdith Ra> — I — 1845 
Thomas, Gelerd Dale — I — 185 1 



Thomas, Phyllis Ann— I— 1860: 90 
Thompson, Fleda Jo— I— 18 50: 85 
Thompson, Jack Benny — III — 1866 
Thompson, Judith Vance — I — 1862: 

81, 86 
Thompson, Ted Dale— II— 18 52 
Thorn, Anna Lee — 11—18 54: 86 
Thorne, Carl Henry— II— 1 882 
To, William Tin-Man— I— II— 1 83 3 : 

90, 98 
TODD, ELLA LOIS— IV— 1 8 67: 81, 
91, 211. Berea Players 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 1 ; Chimes Co-Circulation 
Manager 4; Women's Council 4; Busi- 
ness and Economics Club 4. 
Tomberlin, Gerald Dean— II— 1 859: 80 
Tomberlin, Nora Sue (Mrs.)— II-l 8 5 9 
Tonne, Georgianna — I — 1868 
Trent, Earl Sidney — I — 1869 
Triplet!, Larry Glenn— II— 1 8 5 8 
Truitt, Cynthia Jane — 1 — 18 57 
TUCKER, SARAH SUE (Mrs.)— IV 
— 1531. Dramatics 1, 2; SNEA 4; 
CYC 3; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Tucker, Freda May — I — 1863 
TURNER, JACK JUSTIN— IV— 1 87 5 
Turner, James Hubert — 11—185 8 
TURNER, JOHN WESLEY— IV— 
1878. YMCA; German Club; Mathe- 
matics Club; SNEA. 
Turner, Margaret Jeanniene — II — 1820 
Turner, Treva Irene — II — 1874: 93 
Tyree, Sylvia Carol— I— 1 879: 93 

Underwood, Jackie Gale — I — 1915 
Unthank, Shirlev Inez — II — 1874: 95 
UPCHURCH, AVA LAUAN ERNES- 
TINE — IV— 1963. Berea Players 1, 2, 
3, 4, Membership Co-Chairman 3; 
Women's Council 1; House Council 1, 
2; Junior Counselor 3; DSF 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sociology Club 4; Psychology Club 2. 
Upchurch, Jessica Ann — II — 1946 
UPCHURCH, MELVA DORIS— IV— 
1961: 86. UYF 1; WAA 2; American 
Chemical Society 3; YWCA 4; Psy- 
chology Club 3; Young Democrats 3; 
Associate Sigma Pi Sigma 4. 
Upton, Millicent Jane — III — 1917 

Van Arsdale, Dewitt French — II — 1950 
Vance, Jerry Uewl — I — 1930 
Vance, Loretta — III — 1919: 82 
VAN HOOK, HAROLD D.— IV— 
1933. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; German 
Club 3; "B" Club. 
Van Willigen, Cornelia E. — Special — 

194S: 97 
Varney, Everette Lee — I — 1934: 127, 

12 9, 133 
Venters, Charles Adam — I — 1920 
Vcrlander, Lewis Edward — I — 1949 
Vice, Billy James— II — 193 6 
Vinson, Ronald Dean — III — 1918 
Vinton, Lois Eleanor — III — 1964 
Vitatoe, Erma Jean — I — 1937 

Waddell, Charles Robert — I — 2049 
Wade, Cyrenius — I — 2045 
Wade, Nancy Lee — II — 2015 



Wadsworth, Ann Lewis — II — 2098: 

124 
Walker, Harrison Kennedy— III — 192 8 
Walker, Stella Virginia (Mrs.)— Ill— 

1922 
WALKUP, CLEO RUSSELL— IV— 
1924: 81. Berea Players 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 1, 2; Soccer 3, 4i Track 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Coun- 
cil 2, 3, 4; V. Pres. 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Senate 3, 4; Executive Council. 
Wall, Patricia Ann — II — 2021 
Wallace, Donald Homer— I — 2023: 132 
WALLACE, JANET FAYE— IV— 
2123: 80, 84 

WARD, BARBARA ALLEN— IV— 
205 5. Berea Players 1, 2; Life Service 
Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; 
YWCA 1, 3. 

WARD, CLIFFORD EDGAR— IV— 
1944: 91. Business and Economics Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 1. 
Ward, Delmar — I — 2030: 132 
Ward, Ronald Bruce — I — 2020 
WARD, WALTER, JR.— IV— 1956: 
86, 92. YMCA 1, Secy. 2, V. Pres. 3, 
Pres. 4; ACS 3, V. Pres. 4; Pi Alpha 
3, 4; German Club Treas. 4. 
Warner, Lou Ellen— III— 207 5 : 94 
Warren, Willean Laraine— III— 2076: 

136 
Wassum, Elizabeth Anne — III— 1951: 

94 
Watson, Rhonda Nell — III — 1943: 86 
WATSON, TROY LEE— IV— 19 54: 
91. Pi Gamma Mu 4; House Pres. 4; 
Men's Council 4; Business and Eco- 
nomics Club 3, V. Pres. 4; Chimes Ad- 
vertising Staff 4; House Council 3; 
Psychology Club 1, 2; Student Council 
Rep. 1; Class V. Pres. 3; Pinnacle Staff 
1. 
WAYCASTER, PANSY RUTH— IV— 

2042: 93 
Wayman, Sandra Jeanne — I — 2077 
Webb, John Wilbur — I — 202 5 
WEAVER, OPHELIA— IV— 2 070: 93 
Webb, Veda Vancil — 11—2046: 93 
Webb, Verlin Shane — I — 20 5 
Weeks, Angela Joy — I — 20 5 3 
Wells, Marguerite Mostella — III — 2080 
Welte, Edna Louise — I — 2060: 93 
Wesley, Norma Joy — Nurse, Cincin. 
West, Barbara Ann — II — 2104 
West, Phillip— II— 210 5 
Westmoreland, Stephen C. — I — 2034 
WHEELER, ANITA MARIE— IV— 
2130: 95. Home Economics Club 2, 3, 
Reporter 4; Agriculture-Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3, V. Pres. 4. 
Wheeler, Linda Ann — II — 2108 
Wheeler, Rose Ann — 1—2089 
WHITAKER, ALICE SCHOFIELD— 
IV — 2014. Psychology Club 1, 3, 4; 
Sociology Club 4; Berea Players 1, 2, 
4; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Spanish Club 
1, 2. 

WHITAKER, WALTER ELBERT, JR. 
— IV — 2016. Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; 



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Bcrca Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Oratorio 

Choir 3. 

White, Garrett Allen — I — 2040 

White, William Bruce — 1—2090: 132 

WHITEAKER, HOWARD DEAN— 

IV— 1983. Delta Phi Alpha; Medical 

Science Club. 

Whited, Eleanor Ruth— II— 2 119 

Whitis, David Munro — III— 196!: 90, 

130 
Whitlock, Georgia Phyllis— I— 2092 
Whitman, Freddie Dale— III— 1 98 ! 
WHITSON, THEODORE CLARK— 
IV — 2029: 84, 88, 90. Varsity Swim- 
ming Team; Chapel Choir; Pi Alpha; 
Beta Beta Beta; American Chemical 
Society; German Club. 
Wickline, Roxie May — II — 2129 
WIGHTMAN, MARJORIE HOPE— 
IV— 20(1: 93. UYF 1, 2; Berea Play- 
ers 1, 2, 3, 4; SNEA 4; Psychology- 
Club 1; Aquacade 2; Guernica Society 
3, 4; FOR 2, 3, 4. 
Wilder, David Wendell— I— 209! 
Wilder, James Edward — I — 2096: 92 
Wilder, Lowell Thomas— I— 2099: 129 
Wilder, Patricia Lou — I — 2100: 94 
Wilkerson, Peggv Justine — I — 2106 
WILLARD, WILSON HOWARD— IV 

— 20!2: 80, 84, 86 
WILLIAMS, ANNA LAURA— IV— 
19 57. SNEA. 
WILLIAMS, CLEO MARVICE— IV— 

2079 
Williams, Doris Gayle — I — 2107: 84 
Williams, Hazel Annette — I — 2062 
Williams, Inez Elizabeth — I — 2110 



WILLIAMS, LYONAL CONOVER— 

IV— 2093 
WILLIAMS, MARGARET ROSE— IV 
2101: 80, 9!. YWCA 1, 2 ;_ Berea 
Players 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3, 
4; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Agriculture- 
Home Economics Club 3, 4; House 
Council 3; Senate 4. 
WILLIAMS, MRS. MARY SUSAN— 
IV — 2047. Country Dancers; Modern 
Dance Club, 

Williams, OUie Belle— 1—206! : 84 
Williams, Paul Zane — I — 1970 
Williams, Rodney Richard— III— 1987 
Williamson, Rhonda Carol — III— 1981 
WILSON, CAROLYN— IV— 2067. 
Berea Players 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; 
SNEA 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 4. 
Wilson, Bette Florence — I — 2 1 1 1 
Wilson, Doris Louise — II — 1926 
Wilson, George Osborne, Jr. — I — 2114 
Wilson, Loretta — II — 193 9 
Wilson, Sonja Leverne — II — 1940: 80 
Wimpy, Mary Sue — 1—1989 
WINGO, JACK FRANKLIN— IV— 



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WOLF. CHARLES MICHAEL— IV— 
2113. Math Club 1, 2, 3; Sociology 
Club 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Alpha 3. 
Wood, Bobby Eugene — II — 1942: 91 
Woodfin, William James H— III— 

2018 
Wooldridge, Blue Eagle M— II — 2044: 



86, 98 
Woody, Martha Anne — II — 2120: 9! 
WOOTEN, BARBARA LYNN— IV— 

1979: 92 
Workman, Jerry Parker — II — 2038 
WRIGHT, BALLARD DAYTON— IV 

— 20!6 
WRIGHT, GENE CORBEN— IV— 
2 071: 131, 133. Class Pres. 1; Berea 
Players 1, 2, 4; "B" Club 3, 4; House 
Council 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 4; 
Harmonia Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Aqua- 
cade 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 
2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; German Club 3, 
4; Oratorio Choir 2. 
WRIGHT, MURIEL ELLEN— IV— 
2102: 87. Student Council 1; Pinnacle 
Staff 3; Berea Players 3; Oratory 1; 
Debate Team 1; Psychology Club Pres.; 
Psi Chi Pres. 

WYKLE, CHARLES WESLEY— IV— 
2017: 80, 81. "B" Club; Men's Coun- 
cil; Executive Council; Student Associ- 
ation. 

Yonts, Virginia Lois — IT — 2042 
York, Mazelle Dean— III— 2072 : 91 
York, Ronald Bryan— III— 2043 
York, Vernon Buford— III — 2028 
Young, Joel William — I — 2103: 94 

Zachary, Gary Glen— I— 2073 
Zimmerman, Laura Katherine — II — 

20!7: 93 
Zirk, Carolyn June — II — 20!8: 80 
Zook, John Andrew — II — 2117 



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